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Date 8/18 8/26 8/29 9/3 9/8 9/10 9/15 9/22 9/24 9/29 10/1 10/5 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/26

2017 Schedule

Athletic Communications Address....................................................21 Alumni Arena Assistant AD / Athletic Communications...Jon Fuller Associate Director........................................... Brian Wolff Assistant Director / Soccer Contact.........Louie Spina E-mail.................................................. lspina@buffalo.edu Office Phone..............................................(716) 645-6837

Opponent Time at Cincinnati 7:00 pm at Ohio State 7:00 pm at Canisius 7:00 pm YOUNGSTOWN ST. 7:00 PM CORNELL 7:00 PM FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 12:00 PM at St. Bonaventure 7:00 pm WESTERN MICHIGAN* 7:00 PM NORTHERN ILLINOIS* 12:00 PM at Eastern Michigan* 4:00 pm at Central Michigan* 1:00 pm at Ohio* 4:00 pm KENT STATE* 12:00 PM at Bowling Green* 7:00 pm at Toledo* 1:00 pm BALL STATE* 7:00 PM MIAMI (OH)* 12:00 PM at Akron* 3:00 PM *All Times are eastern time zone

Home contests are denoted in BOLD ^ Denotes exhibition match * Denotes Mid-American Conference contest

2017 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO WOMEN’S SOCCER

Location.................................................Buffalo, NY 14260 Founded......................................................................... 1846 Enrollment..................................................................29,937 Nickname........................................................................Bulls Colors...............................................Royal Blue and White Affiliation...................................................NCAA Division I Conference................................................. Mid-American Facility................................................................ UB Stadium President........................................... Dr. Satish K. Tripathi Athletic Director........................................... Allen Greene Website................................................ www.UBBulls.com

Quick Facts/ Table of contents ......................................2 Team Photo............................................................................3 Season Preview....................................................................4 Headshot Roster..................................................................5 Roster Breakdown...............................................................6 Coaching Staff............................................................... 7-10 Returning Players.......................................................11-24 Incoming Players........................................................25-28 Records by Season........................................................... 29 Division I Records by Season........................................ 30 Single Game/ Season Offensive Records................. 31 Career Offensive Records.............................................. 32 Goaltending Records...................................................... 33 A Year To Remember: 2014........................................... 34 MAC / NSCAA / NCAA Awards...............................35-36 Team Awards...................................................................... 37 Year-by-year Results..................................................38-40 All-time Series Against Opponents............................ 41 All-time Program Roster...........................................42-43

Soccer Information

Head Coach....................................................Shawn Burke Record at UB.....................................34-18-11 (4th season) Career Record...................................34-18-11 (4th season) Assistant Coach...........................................Casey Derkacz Assistant Coach...........................................Megan Giesen

Mid-American Conference Address............................. 24 Public Square, 15th Floor Cleveland, OH 44113 Office Phone..............................................(216) 566-4622 Soccer Contact..................................................... Tori Kohl E-mail..........................................TKohl@mac-sports.com Website......................................... www.mac-sports.com

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Top row (L-R): Kaitlyn Walsh, Mackenzie Allen, Carley Zoccali, Cailin Regan, Kara Daly, Sidney Reeves, Marcy Barberic, Erin Licherdell Middle row (L-R): Adrianna VanCuyck, Rebecca Bramble, Lena Lucas, Mairead Martin, Julia Whipple, Laura Dougall, Gianna Yurchak, Gurjeena Jandu, Rachel Villalta, Meghan Simmons Front row (L-R): Moira Petrie, Carissima Cutrona, John Ward, Casey Derkacz, Shawn Burke, Megan Giesen, Julia Benati, Kayla Hospodka

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2017 Season Preview BULLS SET SIGHTS ON RETURN TO TOP OF THE MAC

DEFENDERS The Bulls continued to rely heavily on their strong defense in 2016 but after qualifying for their third straight MAC Tournament, the Bulls didn’t have enough offense to make their third trip to the semifinals in as many seasons. The defense had another great year as they allowed just 0.80 goals/game while notching six cleansheets. UB held their opponents to just 11.6 shot attempts/game as they limited dangerous opportunities by opposing players. The Bulls will be looking to replace two impact players on their backline in 2017 as Second Team All-MAC member Angel Hart graduated after starting all 20 games for UB a season ago and Ashley Evans graduated after coming into her own as a senior an started 16 matches. A pair of sophomores will take over the reins of the backline this season as Gurjeena Jandu and Adrianna VanCuyck will take over the centerback positions. Jandu is coming off of a strong freshman campaign that saw her start all 20 matches while earning MAC All-Freshman team honors as she was strong defensively and netted an assist. VanCuyck grew into a strong defender and returns after starting all 20 games and netting two assists. Buffalo will be in search of some more help on the back end as Rebecca Bramble might be asked to shift back and help out as her exceptional athleticism can provide UB with a spark. Junior Meghan Simmons will be asked to play some big minutes throughout the lineup as well as sophomore Mairead Martin. Two freshman might be asked to play a major role on the back end for the Bulls as well. Lena Lucas looks the part and is having a strong camp while Mackenzie Allen has the pedigree to be a game-changer for UB as a freshman. MIDFIELDERS The Bulls midfield should be a strength of the team this season as they return two key components from a season ago. Leading the Bulls offensive charge once again will be senior captain Julia Benati who returns after earning Second Team All-MAC honors a season ago. Benati’s creativity with the ball helped produce two goals and six points while she also missed some game time due to injury. Senior Moira Petrie also returns to the man the middle of the pitch for UB after coming on strong at the end of the 2016 campaign. Petrie brings a creative and hard-nosed attitude to the middle of the field for UB as she produced two goals and six points as a junior. Their will be a major hole in the midfield in 2017 as holding midfielder Andrea Niper graduated following last season. A number of players have been given the chance to play there during camp and freshman Marcy Barberic looks like the player that will take over the reins. Barberic was a highly-sought after prospect out of Grand Island and she will be leaned on heavily to help out on the defender third of the pitch. Kara Daly will provide the Bulls with some much needed depth in the midfield as she appeared in 17 matches as a freshman. Newcomer Kaitlyn Walsh might have an opportunity to see major minutes as she will look to use her speed and explosiveness to produce scoring opportunities for the Buffalo forwards. Cailin Regan and Sidney Reeves will provide some depth in the midfield as well. FORWARDS Despite the loss of All-MAC performer Celina Carrero, the Buffalo offense should be in for a big season for head coach Shawn Burke. The Bulls return their top three leading scorers from a season ago, led by junior forward Carissima Cutrona who produced 10 goals and 21 points during her sophomore campaign. Cutrona proved to be one of the most dangerous threats up top in the MAC and she is one of two returners in the conference that surpassed the 10-goal plateau a season ago. She was awarded Second Team All-MAC honors after her stron sophomore campaign. .

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Cutrona will be in search of a new running mate this season and freshman Gianna Yurchak might just fit that bill perfectly. The big playmaker comes to Buffalo after a very successful career at Conestoga Valley high school and for the Penn Fusion, one of the top club teams in the country. Yurchak’s physical on ball play will be an asset for the Bulls up front. Behind Cutrona and Yuchak the Bulls will be looking to receive some help from a pair of returners in Rachel Villalta and Kayla Hospodka. Both players will earn their first chance to really see the field for some action as the two combined to appear in just four matches a season ago. The duo has looked strong this summer and will be searching to make an impact NEWCOMERS Fourth-year head coach Shawn Burke announced the signing of seven fresh man for the upcoming season. Kaitlyn Walsh joins the Bulls after a successful high school career at Chenango Forks high school where she led her team to an unblemished 23-0-0 record and NYS Class B State Championship as a senior. Walsh was able to net 19 goals and nine assists for 47 points as a senior while also being named Section IV All-Conference First Team on four occasions. Was named First Team All-State and NYS Class “B” Player of the Year following her senior campaign. The midfielder also had a successful club career playing for the Syracuse Development Academy, leading her team to three NYSW State Cup Championships and two regional championships. Marcy Barberic comes to Buffalo from nearby Grand Island high school where she starred for five seasons under head coach Dave Bowman. She helped lead the Vikings to a 19-1-1 record during her senior campaign as they earned the Niagara Frontier League championship, Section 6 championship and Far West Regionals Co-Championship in 2016. The dangerous forward finished off her impressive senior campaign with 27 goals, 32 assists and 86 points as she ranks third in New York State history for assists in a season (32). She earned Second Team All-NYS on two occasions while earning Third Team All-NYS once during her sophomore campaign. The four-time First Team All-NFL performer also was named First Team All-WNY three times during her illustrious high school career. She has also played seven seasons for the Flash Academy under the tutelage of a pair of coaches in Henrik Ambarchian and Rob Ferguson. Gianna Yurchak joins the Bulls after a very successful high school career in Pennsylvania at Conestoga Valley where she set the program record for goals in a career (70), goals in a season (30), assists in a season (19) and ranked second in school history in assists in a career (38). The crafty forward led her team to a 18-3 record during her senior season as she netted a career-high 30 goals, eight assists and 68 points. Following her senior season, Yurchak earned NSCAA All-America team honors along with being named Pennsylvania Soccer Player of the Year. She is also a three-time All-State team member and two-time NSCAA All-Region selection while playing four years of varsity soccer for Keith Nagley. The lethal scorer led her team to three Lancaster Lebanon Section I championships during her impressive career. Lena Lucas comes to Buffalo from Brighton high school where she was a standout defender for the Barons. The athletic defender helped lead her team to the Section V championship in 2016 while also earning First Team All-Greater Rochester honors. Lucas earned fifth team All-NYS honors during her senior season while also being named First Team All-County twice during her successful career. During her junior campaign, the central defender led the team with eight assists. Mackenzie Allen comes to Buffalo after a very successful high school career at Aquinas Institute of Rochester where she was a four-year member and two-year team captain. Allen helped lead her team to a 10-6-4 record during her senior campaign while earning Second Team All-Greater Rochester and First Team Private Parochial honors. She was named Aquinas Institute Defensive Player of the Year for her strong play during her senior season. As a sophomore, Allen helped lead the Little Irish to a Sectional Championship. The athletically gifted defender also played for the Empire United Soccer Academy for nine seasons. Allen’s brother, Jordan Allen, currently plays in the MLS for Real Salt Lake. Sidney Reeves joins the Bulls after a record-setting career at Groton high school where she set the school record for goals in a career with 87. The four-year team captain helped lead the Indians to a 14-2-1 record during her senior campaign as she chipped in with career-highs in goals (34), assists (9) and points 77. She helped lead her team to the Section 4 Class C Divisional Championship and Section 4 Class C IAC Championships during her senior campaign. Reeves earned Fourth Team All-New York State honors as a senior while also being named IAC first team All-Star five times. She was named Section 4 Class C Divisional MVP as a junior and senior. Also had a very successful club career as she played three seasons for the Syracuse Development Academy and six seasons for the Olympic Development Program. Julia Whipple comes to Buffalo after a very successful career between the pipes at Hamburg High School for head coach Thomas Zugger. Started in goal all four seasons while being named team captain during her junior and senior campaigns. Whipple earned First Team ECIC all four seasons at Hamburg while leading her team to a 6-6 record with 111 saves during her final season. As a freshman, she led all of Section 6 in minutes played by a goalkeeper.

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GOALKEEPERS Although there will not be a competition for the starting goalkeeper position this season, the group is very thin behind three-year starter and senior Laura Dougall. The Pickering, Ontario native returns for her fourth season as the starting keeper and has cemented herself as one of the best in the conference and in UB history. Dougall closed out last season with a 6-8-4 record to go along with a 0.75 goals-against average and a .837 save percentage. She also produced six cleansheets while making 72 saves. She enters 2017 ranked first in program history in shutouts (27) and goals-against average (0.66) while ranking second in wins (32), just two shy of first place, and seventh in saves (259). Backing up the All-MAC candidate this season will be freshman Julia Whipple who comes to Buffalo from nearby Hamburg High School. In high school, Whipple was named First Team All-ECIC all four seasons while also being named team captain for two seasons.

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#0 Julia Whipple

#1 Laura Dougall

#2 Adrianna VanCuyck

#3 Lena Lucas

#4 Kaitlyn Walsh

#5 Gurjeena Jandu

#6 Julia Benati

#7 Rebecca Bramble

#8 Carissima Cutrona

#9 Gianna Yurchak

#10 Kara Daly

#11 Marcy Barberic

#13 Moira Petrie

#15 Mairead Martin

#16 Carley Zoccali

#17 Meghan Simmons

#18 Rachel Villalta

#19 Kayla Hospodka

#21 Cailin Regan

#24 Sidney Reeves

#25 Amanda Kneppel

#26 Sarah Reid

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#22 Mackenzie Allen

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2017 UB Women’s Soccer Rosters Class Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So.

Ht. 5-7 6-0 5-5 5-7 5-3 5-8 5-3 5-5 5-3 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-4 5-9 5-3 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-3 5-5 5-5 5-6

Team Staff

Hometown / Previous School Head Coach: Shawn Burke (4th yr.) Hamburg, NY / Frontier Asst. Coach: Casey Derkacz (4th yr.) Pickering, Ontario/ Dunbarton Walworth, NY / Wayne Central Asst. Coach: Megan Giesen (1st yr.) Brighton, NY / Brighton Athletic Trainer: John Ward Chenango Forks, NY / Chenango Forks Soccer SID: Louie Spina Mississauga, Ontario / John Fraser Secondary Dorchester, Ontario/ Lord Dorchester Secondary Brampton, ON / St. Thomas Aquinas Williamsville, NY / Williamsville South (Colgate) Leola, PA / Conestoga Valley Orchard Park, NY / Hamburg Grand Island, NY / Grand Island Narberth, PA / Lower Merion (Alabama) Freshman (7): Allen, Barberic, Mahopac, NY / Mahopac Lucas, Reeves, Whipple, Walsh, Henrietta, NY / Rush Henrietta Yurchak Toronto, ON / Silverthorn Collegiate Institute Sophomore (7): Daly, Hospodka, Godfrey, ON / Shattuck St. Mary’s Jandu, Kneppel, Martin, Rockville Centre, NY / South Side VanCuyck, Zoccali Akron, NY / Akron (Western Kentucky) Rochester, NY / Aquinas Institute of Rochester Junior (5): Bramble, Cutrona, Regan, Simmons, Villalta Groton, NY / Groton Bloomingdale, NJ / Butler (Bergen CC) Senior (3): Benati, Dougall, Petrie

Roster Breakdown CLASS

POSITION

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name Pos. 22 Mackenzie Allen D 11 Marcy Barberic F 6 Julia Benati M 7 Rebecca Bramble D/M 8 Carissima Cutrona F 10 Kara Daly M 1 Laura Dougall GK 19 Kayla Hospodka M/F 5 Gurjeena Jandu D 25 Amanda Kneppel M 3 Lena Lucas D 15 Mairead Martin D/M 13 Moira Petrie M 24 Sidney Reeves M 21 Cailin Regan M 17 Meghan Simmons D/M 2 Adrianna VanCuyck D 18 Rachel Villalta F/M 4 Kaitlyn Walsh M 0 Julia Whipple GK 9 Gianna Yurchak F 16 Carley Zoccali M

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Goalkeepers (2): Dougall, Whipple Defenders (7): Allen, Bramble, Jandu, Lucas, Martin, Simmons, VanCuyck Hometown / Previous School Midfielders (10): Barberic, Benati, Rochester, NY / Aquinas Institute of Rochester Daly, Hospodka, Kneppel, Petrie, Grand Island, NY / Grand Island Regan, Reeves, Walsh, Zoccali Dorchester, Ontario/ Lord Dorchester Secondary Forwards (3): Cutrona, Villalta, Brampton, ON / St. Thomas Aquinas Yurchak

Williamsville, NY / Williamsville South (Colgate) Orchard Park, NY / Hamburg Pickering, Ontario/ Dunbarton Rockville Centre, NY / South Side Mississauga, Ontario / John Fraser Secondary Bloomingdale, NJ / Butler (Bergen CC) Brighton, NY / Brighton Mahopac, NY / Mahopac Narberth, PA / Lower Merion (Alabama) Groton, NY / Groton Akron, NY / Akron (Western Kentucky) Toronto, ON / Silverthorn Collegiate Institute Walworth, NY / Wayne Central Godfrey, ON / Shattuck St. Mary’s Chenango Forks, NY / Chenango Forks Hamburg, NY / Frontier Leola, PA / Conestoga Valley Henrietta, NY / Rush Henrietta

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NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name Pos. 0 Julia Whipple GK 1 Laura Dougall GK 2 Adrianna VanCuyck D 3 Lena Lucas D 4 Kaitlyn Walsh M 5 Gurjeena Jandu D 6 Julia Benati M 7 Rebecca Bramble D/M 8 Carissima Cutrona F 9 Gianna Yurchak F 10 Kara Daly M 11 Marcy Barberic M 13 Moira Petrie M 15 Mairead Martin D/M 16 Carley Zoccali M 17 Meghan Simmons D/M 18 Rachel Villalta F/M 19 Kayla Hospodka M/F 21 Cailin Regan M 22 Mackenzie Allen D 24 Sidney Reeves M 25 Amanda Kneppel M


COACHES PROFILE Shawn

BURKE

Head Coach • Fourth Season • Mercyhurst ‘02

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Shawn Burke enters his fourth season at the helm of the women’s soccer program after leading the squad to their third straight MAC Tournament in 2016. Burke guided the Bulls to their first ever MAC Championship in 2014 and a MAC semifinal appearance in 2015. In 2016, the Burke-led Bulls were able to post a 7-8-5 overall record and a 4-4-3 conference mark as they earned a spot in the MAC Tournament for the third straight season, just the second time that has been done in program history. The Bulls fell 1-0 in the MAC Quarterfinals at Central Michigan. Buffalo was able to place four players on All-MAC squads as Julia Benati, Carissima Cutrona and Angel Hart each earned Second Team All-MAC honors while Gurjeena Jandu was named to the All-Freshman team. Inside the classroom, the Bulls had another great season as they saw a program record eight players earn Academic All-MAC honors. They also placed an UB record four players, Andrea Niper, Julia Benati, Carissima Cutrona and Nicole Gerritz, on the MAC Fall Distinguished Scholar Athlete team. Burke helped lead the Bulls to a 11-7-3 overall record in 2015 as well as a 7-3-1 mark in MAC play while helping UB advance to their second straight MAC semifinals. With a career coaching record of 27-10-6 through two seasons at Buffalo, Burke has the highest winning percentage (.698) through two seasons out of any coach in UB women’s soccer history. The Bulls placed five players on the All-MAC squad as Jackie Hall and Kassidy Kidd were named first team while Julia Benati and Celina Carrero earned second team and Brianna Shingary earned All-Freshman team honors. UB also had a strong season in the class as the Bulls placed seven players on the Academic All-MAC squad while Julia Benati, Jackie Hall, Kassidy Kidd and Andrea Niper were all named to the MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete list. UB was the second most improved team in the country in 2014 in Burke’s first season at the helm, going 16-3-3 after a 6-9-3 record in 2013. Burke revived a program that won just 11 games over the past two seasons in 2014 as he was awarded the MAC Coach of the Year award and All-Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year after leading his team to a program-best 16-33 overall record to go along with a perfect 9-0-2 MAC record, just the third unbeaten MAC regular season in conference history. Burke made a lasting imprint on the UB women’s soccer program as he led the squad to a regular season MAC Championship, first-ever MAC Tournament Championship and first-ever NCAA appearance last season. The Bulls broke many school records including shutouts in a season (14) and unbeaten streak (14). The defensive-minded Bulls finished the 2014 season with an 11-0-1 home record, breaking the program record for home wins and recording the first unbeaten home mark since 1995. Burke finished the 2014 campaign tied for the NCAA lead in wins (16) for a first-year head coach and he had the highest winning percentage (.833) out of all first-year head coaches in the country. He helped the Bulls earn a sweep in all MAC major awards following the season as UB won Offensive Player of the Year (Katie Roberts), Defensive Player of the Year (Jackie Hall), Freshman of the Year (Laura Dougall) and Coach of the Year (Burke). The 2014 UB Bulls became the first program in MAC history to sweep all four major awards. Inheriting basically the same squad from 2013 that won six matches, Burke fine-tuned the Bulls roster to turn them into a nationally recognized program. One of the most noticable changes that Burke made was changing MAC Defensive Player of the Year, Jackie Hall, from midfield to center back. Hall blossomed into one of the premier center backs in the country under Burke’s tutelage and prowess as a defensive oriented coach, becoming the first division I All-American in UB Women’s Soccer history. Prior to taking over as head coach at Buffalo, Burke served five years as assistant coach. Serving as the team’s liaison to academic services, Burke helped the Bulls reach new heights in the classroom. UBBULLS.COM

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Career Head Coaching Record: 34-18-11

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COACHES PROFILE BURKE BY THE NUMBERS - Has led UB to three straight MAC Tournaments, marking just the 2nd time in program history the Bulls have done so. - Career record: 34-18-11 (Best record by any coach in UB history through first three seasons) - Has helped lead Buffalo to a dominant 24-1-6 record in home games at UB Stadium.

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Over his five season’s, the UB women’s soccer program has been one of the top teams on campus, accumulating over a 3.20 team grade point average in each season. Following the 2011 season, junior defender Shannon Algoe was named to the Capital One Academic All-American second team, becoming the first Bull to do so under Burke’s guidance. Algoe earned a 4.0 GPA and was one of 33 players recognized on the All-American teams. During his five seasons as an assistant coach at Buffalo, Burke’s defense proved to be one of the best units in the MidAmerican Conference, averaging seven shutouts a season over the last three years. Burke’s defense recorded a school record 12 shutouts during the 2011 season, compiling a record of 12-5-4 on the season and advancing to the MAC Tournament semifinals. The successful 2011 season helped the Bulls jump 200 spots in the RPI rankings from the previous season, the biggest jump of any team in the country. Burke was a standout player at Mercyhurst College from 1998-2002, winning five straight GLIAC Championships. In 2002, Burke was named Great Lakes Conference Defensive Player of the year. He was also a three-time first-team AllConference and two-time All-Region player selection. In his final year of play at Mercyhurst, Burke helped lead the Lakers to the Division II Final Four and the school’s first and only #1 national ranking. Burke graduated from Mercyhurst in 2002 with a degree in elementary education and graduated in May of 2013 with his Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from the University at Buffalo. Burke holds a USSF “A” license as well as a US Soccer National Goalkeeping. Burke also holds a National Youth License and currently works with the local Black Watch Soccer Club. Burke currently resides in Amherst with his wife Taylor.

- Has coached 16 All-MAC players as well as 22 Academic All-MAC student-athletes in his three seasons as head coach. - Led UB to their first-ever MAC Championship and NCAA Tournament appearances in 2014. - Named Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year in his first season as head coach in 2014.

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COACHES PROFILE Casey

DERKACZ

Associate Head Coach • Fourth Season • Buffalo ‘11

Casey Derkacz enters his fourth season on the University at Buffalo women’s soccer staff and first season as Associate Head Coach. His main responsibilities are recruting, on field coaching and academic liason for the student-athletes. Derkacz helped lead the Bulls to a 7-8-5 overall record and a 4-4-3 MAC mark while advancing to the MAC Tournament for the third straight season in 2016. The former Bull helped Julia Benati earn Second Team All-MAC honors and molded Moira Petrie into one of the better midfield playmakers in the MAC. In 2015, Derkacz helped lead the Bulls to their second straight MAC semifinal match as he helped train the goalkeepers and backline all season long. The Bulls defense continued to perform at a high level as they allowed just 0.80 goals against per game while notching eight cleansheets on the season. Derkacz had a pair of players earn All-MAC honors as senior centerback Jackie Hall collected first team All-MAC recognition for the second consecutive season while freshman leftback Brianna Shingary earned All-Freshman team honors after a huge season on the backline. Senior Kristin Markiewicz also earned MAC All-Tournament team honors after a strong MAC Tournament, moving to centerback midway through the season under Derkacz’s watchful eye. As the teams academic liason, Derkacz saw a program record seven student-athletes earn Academic All-MAC accolades during the 2015 campaign including four, Kassidy Kidd, Jackie Hall, Julia Benati and Andrea Niper, who were named to the innaugural MAC Distinguished Scholar Athletes list. The four honorees on the MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete list were the most amongst all MAC schools. As a team, the Bulls collected a 3.299 cumulative GPA for the spring semester. The Western New York native had a hand in just about everything that helped the 2014 team be the most successful in program history as he worked closely with the goalkeepers as well as the forwards. Derkacz also serves as the Bulls recruiting coordinator and academic liason. Derkacz helped Laura Dougall turn in one of the greatest goalkeeping season’s in MAC history in her freshman campaign as she earned a 16-1-3 overall record to go along with a goals-against average of 0.38 and a save percentage of .908, which ranks third in the NCAA. Offensively, Derkacz helped develop Katie Roberts into the MAC Offensive Player of the Year with a MAC-high 11 goals, after a junior campaign that saw her score just two goals. Celina Carrero also turned into a star offensively, finishing with six goals and seven assists after a freshman campaign that produced no points. The UB offense improved drastically as they scored 32 goals this, up from 13 in 2013. Off the field, Derkacz helped lead UB to new heights in the classroom as the team had the highest combined GPA (3.412) out of all 20 sports at Buffalo. Under Derkacz’s tutelage, the Bulls had three athletes produce a perfect 4.0 while 15 had over a 3.0 GPA for the spring semester of 2014. Derkacz helped lead Slippery Rock to two straight NCAA Tournaments, a Sweet 16 appearance in 2012 and an Elite 8 appearance in 2013. The Rock earned the PSAC Championship in his first season with the team and they won the Atlantic Region title in 2013. Over his two year’s at Slippery Rock, Derkacz guided The Rock to a 29-10-5 record while helping them finish the 2013 season ranked No. 6 in the Division II national poll. For his playing career, Derkacz appeared in 64 games and made 49 starts as a midfielder for Penn State and UB. He led the University at Buffalo in assists during his senior year and helped the team reach the conference semifinals. On top of his playing accolades, Derkacz was an exceptional student, earning Academic All-Big 10 honors at Penn State and MAC Academic All-Conference honors at UB. A native of Hamburg, N.Y., Derkacz is currently an assistant coach for FC Buffalo. He has also been involved with the Empire United Soccer Academy, where he was a head coach from 2009-2011, working with a boys U-15 team.

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COACHES PROFILE Megan

GIESEN

Megan Giesen begins her first season as assistant coach for the University at Buffalo women’s soccer program in 2017. She will be responsible for team camps, travel and on field work with the UB midfielders. “It gives me great pleasure to be returning to my alma mater, the University at Buffalo,” stated Megan Giesen. “During my time as a student-athlete at UB, I was fortunate enough to play under Coach Burke and Coach Derkacz, and I now look forward to continuing my coaching career alongside them. I feel my experiences as a former player give me a unique understanding of our style of play and will allow me to assist in communication with our current players. I am honored to accept this coaching position and look forward to lending my experience and knowledge in the pursuit of winning another MAC title.” Giesen returns to her Alma Mater after working as a graduate assistant coach for the women’s soccer team at Youngstown State for the past two seasons. Last season, Geisen was instrumental in guiding Marissa Martin to a position change that produced impressive results. Martin, a defender for two seasons, led the team with seven goals and ranked second on the team with 14 total points. She was also named Second Team All-Horizon League. The former UB captain joined the Penguins staff in 2015 and helped lead the squad to seven wins, second most in a season in school history. The Penguins also played 11 one-goal games out of 18 contests during the campaign. “We are ecstatic to bring Megan back to Buffalo and add her to our staff,” said fourth-year head coach Shawn Burke. “Not only was she a proven leader but a proven winner. Her experience here at Buffalo as a student-athlete and her time at Youngstown State make her an invaluable asset to our program. Megan will have an immediate impact with our athletes and will be instrumental in helping us get back atop the Mid-American Conference.” Giesen played four seasons at Buffalo as she was also a senior team captain on the 2014 Bulls squad that won their first ever MAC Tournament Championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The Strongsville, OH native was an integral member in the Bulls midfield during her career as she accumulated four goals and four assists for 12 points. Giesen appeared in 77 career matches while earning 56 starts in the midfield for the Bulls. As a freshman, Giesen netted two goals and an assist as she earned MAC All-Freshman team honors. Giesen also served on UB’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee for four years and was named to the Executive Board as the Secretary Officer as a senior. Giesen received her Master’s Degree in Education from Youngstown State in 2017 with a concentration in Moderate to Intensive Special Education. She also graduated from the University at Buffalo in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in health and human services.

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Julia BENATI • Midfielder • SENIOR • 5-3

DORCHESTER, ON/LORD DORCHESTER SECONDARY

2017 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO WOMEN’S SOCCER

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2014 22 22 56 3 4 10 2015 21 21 39 6 3 15 2016 14 13 39 2 2 6 Totals 57 56 134 11 9 31 2016: Despite missing game action midway through the season, she proved to be one of the most dangerous midfielders in the MAC during her junior campaign... she appeared in 14 matches while starting 13... earned Second Team All-MAC honors after compiling two goals, two assists and six points to go along with 39 shots... had two games with three points during her junior season... netted her first goal and assist of the season in UB’s 3-1 victory over ST. Bonaventure (8/25)... netted a goal and assist to go along with four shots in the Bulls 3-0 win over Canisius (9/9)... notched a career-high 10 shots in the Bulls 0-0 draw against Brown (9/1)... had 10 games with at least two shots... earned Academic All-MAC accolades for the second straight season. 2015: Continued to prosper into one of the most dangerous attacking midfielders in the conference as a sophomore as she earned 2nd team All-MAC honors for her efforts... started all 21 games for the Bulls as a sophomore... finished the season tied for the team lead with a career-best six goals and ranked second with 15 points... ranked first on the team with five game-winning goals on the season, a new career-high... ranked third with 39 shots and 22 shots on goal... went 1-for-2 on penalty kick opportunities... netted her first career three-point game against Canisius (8/30), finishing with a goal and assist... finished off MAC play with four goals and two assists... recorded a season-high five shots while scoring a goal against Binghamton (9/11)... earned academic All-MAC honors as well as being named to the MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete list. 2014: Turned into one of the most dynamic freshman in the MAC as she started all 22 games for the Bulls in her first season... named to the MAC All-Freshman team... she finished the season producing three goals and four assists for 10 points, ranking her third on the team... she also ranked second on the team with 56 shots while notching two game-winning markers on the season... she scored her first career goal in the Bulls season opening 1-0 victory over St. Bonaventure (8/22)... she notched a career-high two assists in the Bulls 3-1 win over Bowling Green (10/3)... scored the game-winner against Eastern Michigan (10/5) while also recording a career-high six shots in the win... the pesky midfielder finished the season with at least one shot in 20 of 22 matches for the Bulls. Personal: Born September 18, 1996…daughter of Kari and Rob Benati…has one sister, Nicole…her favorite TV shows are Last Man Standing and Big Bang Theory…enjoys pop and rock music…lists her favorite musicians as Hedley, Chris Daughtry, Nickleback and Maroon 5…majoring in exercise science.

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Rebecca BRAMBLE • Defender/Midfielder •

Year 2015 2016 Totals

GP 20 16 36

Career Statistics GS Sh 2 14 4 7 6 21

G A 2 0 0 0 2 0

2017 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO WOMEN’S SOCCER

JUNIOR • 5-5 BRAMPTON, ONTARIO/ST. THOMAS AQUINAS Pts 4 0 4

2016: Appeared in 16 matches while earning the start in a career-high four during her sophomore campaign... became a key reserve up top for the Bulls as she finished the season with seven shots, including four on goal... notched a season-high two shots in the MAC Quarterfinals win over Akron (10/27) as she was a threat all afternoon long... also recorded two shots in the Bulls 1-1 draw at Binghamton (8/28)... played 652 minutes in her second season for the Bulls. 2015: Turned into a key reserve up front for the Bulls as a freshman as she appeared in 20 matches while earning the start in two... finished the season with two goals off the bench to go along with 14 shots... scored her first career collegiate goal in the Bulls 1-1 tie against Niagara (9/8)... netted her first career game-winning goal on a penalty kick against Northern Illinois (10/11)... made her first career start against Kent State (9/27) and finished with two shots in the Bulls 1-0 victory... made her second career start against Bowling Green (10/4)... notched a season-best three shots against Niagara (9/8). High School: Bramble was named high school Athlete of the Year as a freshman and was named soccer team Most Valuable Player as a sophomore. Bramble has been a member of the Ontario Provincial team since 2011. At the club level, Bramble was a key factor in her teams’ three national titles, from 2011-13. During the 2011 and 2012 campaigns, she led her club team to a #1 ranking to go along with League Championships and Ontario Cup Championships. Personal: Born on February 12, 1997... daughter of Grantley Bramble and Andrea Defreitas-Bramble... has one sister, Ashlyn... lists her favorite athletes as Alex Morgan and Christiano Ronaldo... her favorite TV shows are Criminal Minds and Forensic Files... her favorite musician is Dallas Green... political science major at UB.

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Carissima CUTRONA • Forward • JUNIOR • 5-3

Year 2015 2016 Totals

Career Statistics GP GS Sh G A 21 20 47 3 5 20 20 54 10 1 41 40 101 13 6

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WILLIAMSVILLE, NY/ WILLIAMSVILLE SOUTH

Pts 11 21 32

2016: Turned into one of the best finishers in the MAC during her redshirt sophomore campaign for the Bulls as she netted a team-high 10 goals and one assist for 21 points... she appeared and started in all 20 games for the Bulls as she was one of just seven players to do so... was named to the All-MAC second team for the first time in her UB career... racked up a career-high and team-best four game-winning goals... finished the season with a team and career-high 54 shots including 27 on goal... notched her first career two-goal game in the Bulls 3-1 win over St. Bonaventure (8/25)... scored two goals on fiuve shots in UB’s 3-1 win over Navy (9/4)... had a thee-point games, goal and assist, in UB’s 2-1 win over Ohio (10/6)... had 16 games with at least two shots including in each of the final 10 matches of the season... had a pair of two-game goal streaks during the season... she became the first UB player since 2014 to net 10 goals in a season... earned Academic All-MAC honors for the second straight season. 2015: Was a key contributor up front for the Bulls immediately as a redshirt freshman as she appeared in all 21 matches while earning 20 starts... finished the season ranked fourth in scoring with three goals and five assists for 11 points... ranked second on the team with 47 shots.... scored her first career goal and notched her first career three-point game against Binghamton (9/11), finishing with a goal and assist... record three straight games with at least one point against Kent State (9/27), Eastern Michigan (10/2) and Bowling Green (10/4)... scored the first goal of the game in the MAC quartertfinal victory over Central Michigan (11/1)... notched a season-high five shots on four occasions... recorded at least one shot in 17 of her 21 games... gathered an assist on the game-winning goal against Northern Illinois (10/11). 2014: Redshirted as a freshman at Colgate due to injury. Personal: Born on January 23, 1996... daughter of Paul and Gina Carissima... has three sisters, Maddie, Torrie and Francesca... lists her favorite food as steak and her favorite movie as Remember the Titans... enjoys listening to country music... says her greatest athletic experience was playing in the high school All-American game with the best 44 girls from across the country... plans on majoring in health and human services.

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Kara

DALY • MIDFIELDER • SOPHOMORE • 5-5

2017 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO WOMEN’S SOCCER

ORCHARD PARK, NY/ HAMBURG Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2016 17 0 3 0 0 0 Totals 17 0 3 0 0 0 2016: Proved to be a key reserve off the UB bench during her freshman campaign... appeared in 17 games while finishing the season with three shots, including one on goal... notched a career-high two shots in the Bulls 3-0 victory over Canisius (9/9)... recorded a shot on goal in the Bulls 1-0 win over Toledo (10/2)... finished the season playing 431 minutes. High School: Daly is a WNY native that comes to the Bulls after a very successful high school career at Hamburg High School... The talented forward finished off her impressive career with over 100 goals, setting the school record for goals in a career... She was a five-year member of the Bulldogs and three-year team captain for head coach Tom Zugger... Daly finished off her career earning ECIC First Team accolades four times while also being named All-WNY three times. She also earned team Most Valuable Player honors during her final three seasons at Hamburg. Daly also had a very prosperous club career for the Empire Revolution. Personal: Born on February 14, 1998... daughter of Steven and Donna Daly... has one brother, Colin... besides soccer she enjoys watching football... lists her favorite athlete as Christiano Ronaldo... lists her favorite food as steak... enjoys rap music and her favorite artist is Drake... planning on majoring in biomedical engineering at UB.

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Laura DOUGALL

#1

• Goalkeeper •

SENIOR • 6-0 PICKERING, ONTARIO/DUNBARTON Year 2014 2015 2016 Totals

GP/GS S/GA 21/21 96/12 21/21 120/17 18/18 86/14 60/60 302/43

SV% .875 .858 .837 .858

Career Statistics GAA SO MIN 0.54 13 1985:24 0.78 8 1962:25 0.75 6 1669:56 0.69 27 5617:45

W 16 10 6 32

L T 2 3 7 3 8 4 17 10

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2016: Proved to be one of the best goalkeepers in the conference during her junior campaign as she started 18 matches between the pipes… she finished off the season with a 6-8-4 overall record to go along with a 0.75 goals-against average and a .837 save percentage… recorded six cleansheets while making 72 saves on the season… set the program record for cleansheets in a career with her 22nd in a 0-0 draw against Brown (9/1)… had a two-save shutout in the MAC quarterfinals victory over Akron (10/27)… finished off the 3-1 win over Navy (9/4) with six saves… notched back-to-back shutouts against Bowling Green (9/30) and Toledo (10/2)… she moved into second place in UB history in career wins with 32 heading into her senior season… earned Academic All-MAC honors for the second straight season. 2015: Turned in another great season between the pipes for the Bulls as she started all 21 games for UB as a sophomore... finished the season with a 10-7-3 record while owning a 0.78 goals agains average and .858 save percentage... collected eight clenasheets while making a career-high 103 saves... notched back-to-back shutouts on three occasions... made eight saves en route to her third cleansheet of the season against Syracuse (9/6)... had a huge 10-save effort in the Bulls 1-0 loss at nationally-ranked West Virginia (9/18), a game UB lost on an own goal... notched a career-high 11 saves in the Bulls 1-0 loss at Ball State (10/25)... opened MAC play with back-to-back shutouts of Kent State (9/27) and Eastern Michigan (10/2)... made three out of four saves in the shootout as the Bulls claimed a MAC quarterfinal shootout victory over Central Michigan (11/1)... earned Academic All-MAC accolades for the first time in her career. 2014: Had the best season by a freshman goalkeeper in program history as she started 21 of 22 games between the pipes for the Bulls while being named MAC Freshman of the Year and earning first team All-MAC honors... she finished off her impressive campaign with a record of 16-2-3 while earning a 0.54 goals-against average and 13 cleansheets and being named second team All-Great Lakes region... her 16 wins, 13 cleansheets and 1985 minutes set program records for a single season while her 0.54 GAA ranked second all-time for a season... led the team to a program record 493:55 minute shutout streak, combining for five shutouts over the streak... made a career-high eight saves in the Bulls 2-0 shutout victory over Kent State (9/26)... made at least three saves in 19 of 21 matches as a freshman... recorded nine of 13 shutouts in Mid-American Conference matches... picked up the biggest shutout of her career in the MAC Championship game victory, 1-0, over Western Michigan (11/9) while making three saves... she finished the season making 84 saves with a save percentage of .875 while allowing just 12 goals over 21 matches.

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Kayla

HOSPODKA

• Midfielder/Forward • SOPHOMORE • 5-5 ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY / SOUTH SIDE

#19 2017 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO WOMEN’S SOCCER

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2016 3 0 1 0 0 0 Totals 3 0 1 0 0 0

2016: Appeared in three matches for the Bulls during her redshirt freshman season... recorded her first career shot on goal against Northern Illinois (10/16)... played 27 minutes for the Bulls. 2015: Did not appear in a match for the Bulls as a freshman... redshirted. High School: Hospodka played four years at South Side while leading the Cyclones to three county titles and two state championships. The hard-nosed defender helped lead her squad to a 15-4-1 record during her senior campaign and their fourth-straight state championship. She also had a successful club career playing for both the Albertson Fury and the Long Island Fury. Personal: Born on January 4, 1997... daughter of Milan and Susan Hospodka... has two sisters, Emma and Julia... lists her favorite food as tacos... her favorite TV show is Grey’s Anatomy... enjoys pop and country music and her favorite band group is Maroon 5... plans on majoring in biology.

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• DEFENDER • SOPHOMORE • 5-8 MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO / JOHN FRASER SECONDARY Year 2016 Totals

GP 20 20

Career Statistics GS Sh G A 20 8 0 1 20 8 0 1

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Gurjeena JANDU

Pts 1 1

2016: Came in right away and started for the Bulls at center back during her freshman season... was one of seven UB players to start and play all 20 games... finished the season ranked second on the team in minutes played with 1,886... notched one assist on the season to go along with eight shots, five of which on goal... recorded her first career assist on the game-winning goal as the Bulls downed Ohio (10/6) 2-1... recorded a career-high three shots in the Bulls road loss, 1-0, at Kent State (10/9)... helped lead a Buffalo defense that allowed just 0.85 goals/game while preserving six cleansheets... played a key role in shutting down the opposing teams best player game in and game out... earned MAC All-Freshman team honors after her great freshman campaign. High School: Jandu comes to Buffalo from nearby Mississauga, Ontario where she had a successful high school career at John Fraser Secondary School for head coach Brianne Garde... The gritty defender was a two-year team captain while being named team Most Valuable Player three straight seasons... Jandu also had a very successful club career as she has played for the North Mississauga Soccer Club and Dixie Soccer Club over the past 10 seasons. She helped lead North Mississauga to two Ontario Youth Soccer League Championships in 2012 and 2013 while leading Dixie to a championship in 2015... The converted midfielder also was an integral part to North Mississauga earning the USA Cup Championship in 2012. Personal: Born on February 6, 1998... daughter of Kiran and Bal Jandu... has one sister, MJ... lists her favorite athletes as Alex Morgan and Arjen Robben... her favorite food is fish and chips... lists her favorite TV shows as Chicago Fire, The Bachelor and Big Brother... planning on studying biological sciences at UB.

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Mairead MARTIN • Defender/Midfielder • SOPHOMORE • 5-9

Year 2016 Totals

GP 11 11

Career Statistics GS Sh G A 0 3 1 0 0 3 1 0

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MAHOPAC, NY / MAHOPAC Pts 2 2

2016: Turned into a defensive resverve during her freshman campaign for the Bulls as she saw action in 11 games... she netted her first career goal in the Bulls 3-1 victory over Navy (9/4)... finished the season with three shots and two points from her defensive spot... helped the UB defense finish the season with six shutouts while holding their opponents to 0.85 goals/game. High School: Martin comes to the Bulls from Mahopac high school where she was a three-year varisty player and one-year team captain under head coach Ross Fumusa... She missed her senior season due to injury but was able to finish her career as a two-time All-League player for the Indians from the center back position... The four-year Scholar Athlete helped lead her team to the 2013 League Championship while being a 2014 Sectionals finalist. Martin has also had a very successful club career for Quickstrike FC under head coach Jesse Kolmel. Personal: Born on December 13, 1998... daughter of Brian and Rita Martin... has two sisters, Aillis and Orla, and one brother, Eoin... lists her favorite athletes as Carli Lloyd and John Terry... her favorite movie of all-time is Bridesmaids... she is an undecided major at UB.

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Moira PETRIE • Midfielder • SENIOR • 5-4

NARBERTH, PA/ LOWER MERION GP 21 20 41

Career Statistics GS Sh 16 13 20 28 36 41

G A 0 3 2 2 2 5

Pts 3 6 9

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Year 2015 2016 Totals

2016: Turned into a very dangerous threat in the midfield for the Bulls during her junior campaign... she was one of seven UB players to appear and start in all 20 matches... finished the season with a career-high two goals, two assists and sox points to go along with 28 shots... netted her first career goal, the game-winner, in UB’s 1-0 win over Toledo (10/2)... netted the game-tying goal in the 23rd minute against Eastern Michigan (10/20)... recorded an assist in the Bulls 3-1 win over Navy (9/4) and UB’s 2-0 win over Bowling Green (9/30)... had a career-high four shots in the Bulls 0-0 draw against Brown (9/1)... had eight multi-shot games during her junior season... finished the season playing 1,555 minutes. 2015: Came on strong at the end of the season as a threat in the midfield for the Bulls... appeared in al 21 games while earning the start in 16 matches as a sophomore... finished the season with three assists to go along with 13 shots... recorded the first point of her UB career in her first game with the Bulls as she assisted on the lone UB goal against Saint Joseph’s (8/21)... closed out the regular season with an assist on the Bulls first goal in their 3-1 win over Akron (10/29)... notched an assist on the first UB goal in their quarterfinal victory over Central Michigan (11/1) while also collecting a season-high three shots... earned MAC All-Tournament team honors after her great play in the midfield during her first MAC Tournament. 2014: Established herself as an early midfield option for Alabama coming off the bench... saw action in 16 out of the Tide’s 20 games during the 2014 season... earned her first collegiate start in the 1-0 victory at Vanderbilt (9/28) to help the Tide claim back-to-back road shutouts in conference play for just the second time in program history... made her collegiate debut vs. Kennesaw State (8/22). Personal: Born on September 13, 1994... daughter of Michael and Heather Petrie... has no siblings... lists her other interests as snowboarding... her favorite food is chicken parmesan... her favorite TV shows are Real World and Gossip Girl... lists her greatest athletic experience as scoring the game-winning goal in the State Championship game to advance to Regionals... her major at UB is finance.

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Cailin REGAN • MIDFIELDER •

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JUNIOR • 5-3 AKRON, NY / AKRON (WESTERN KENTUCKY) Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2016 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0 2016: Did not appear in any matches. 2015: Played her freshman season at Western Kentucky... appeared in six matches while logging 79 minutes of action... finished the season with one shot on goal. High School: Coming out of Akron high school, Regan was a highly touted midfielder from the New York West ODP Team and Empire Revolution club... The four-time WNY ODP team member attended three U.S. Soccer Training events, including two in 2012 when she was invited back to a June session after a strong showing in the January workouts... She played her last three seasons with the Empire Revolution club and was a star for Akron High School since her eighth grade year when she made the varsity squad... In five seasons with Akron, Regan was an All-Niagara Orleans League selection and team MVP four times, named All-State three times and led her squad to a pair of league and Class B championships... She capped her career with a stellar senior season, netting 25 goals and dishing out 20 assists to lead the Niagara Orleans League in scoring. Personal: Born on September 9, 1997... daughter of Steve and Jen Patterson... has one brother, Coy and one sister, Leah... lists her favorite athletes as Carli Lloyd and Tobin Heath... enjoys listening to country music and her favorite musician is Thomas Rhett... also enjoys watching basketball and football... undecided major at UB.

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Meghan SIMMONS • Defender/Midfielder • JUNIOR • 5-7

TORONTO, ON/ SILVERTHORN COLLEGIATE GP 17 13 30

Career Statistics GS Sh 5 3 0 0 5 3

G A 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

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Year 2015 2016 Totals

2016: Was a versitale reserve that saw action in 13 games during her sophomore campaign... finished the season playing 266 minutes... was a steady presence on the back line while adding depth in the midfield when needed as a sophomore... earned Academic All-MAC honors for the first time in her UB career. 2015: Proved to be a key reserve in the midfield and on defense throughout her freshman year as she appeared in 17 matches while earning five starts... finished the season with three shots... recorded the first shot of her career in the Bulls 2-0 win over Canisius (8/30)... also had a shot in the Bulls 3-0 win over Binghamton (9/11) and 2-1 loss at Bowling Green (10/4). High School: The athletic center back comes to the Bulls after a successful club career in Canada. Simmons is a key member of the Glen Shields FC that won the U21 Ontario Provincial Central Championship during their 2014 campaign. In 2013, captained Brams United FC to the U16 Ontario Youth Soccer League Championship, the U16 Ontario Cup Championship and the U16 Canadian National Club Championship. The strong defender was also a member of the U16 Ontario Provincial team in 2012 and 2013. Personal: Born on January 21, 1997... daughter of Mike and Patty Simmons... has two brothers, Tyler and Bryant and one sister, Nicole... her favorite athletes are Melissa Tancredi and Gerard Pique... her favorite movie is The Dark Knight Rises... enjoys listening to pop and alternative music and her favorite musician is John Mayer... biomedical sciences major at UB.

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Adrianna VANCUYCK • DEFENDER • SOPHOMORE • 5-5

WALWORTH, NY / WAYNE CENTRAL GP 20 20

Career Statistics GS Sh G A 20 12 0 2 20 12 0 2

Pts 2 2

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2016: Turned into an impact freshman for the Buffalo defense in her first season on campus as she was one of only seven UB players to start all 20 games for the Bulls… finished the season with two assists from her defensive position while notching 12 shots… ranked third on the team in minutes played as she appeared in 1,742 minutes as a freshman… she recorded her first career assist against Navy (9/4) as she assisted on a Carissima Cutrona goal… picked up an assist on the game-winning goal in the MAC Quarterfinals victory over Akron (10/27)… recorded a career-high two shots on two occasions, at Binghamton (8/28) and at Northern Illinois (10/16)… was a member of a defensive group that allowed 0.85 goals-against/game while notching six cleansheets. High School: VanCuyck comes to Buffalo from nearby Walworth, NY where she wrapped up a great high school career at Wayne Central for head coach Bill Jordan... VanCuyck was a two-year team captain for the Eagles and she led her team to an 18-2 record last season while notching team-highs in goals (36) and assists (14)... Her 36 goals last season were a school record for a single season as she earned third team All-State honors... After her huge senior campaign, VanCuyck was also named All-Greater Rochester Player of the Year while adding her second career Finger Lakes Player of the Year accolades... She has also accumulated a successful club career for the Empire Revolution as she led them to two State Championships in her eight seasons with the club... The mobile midfielder also ran track in high school, earning three League Most Valuable Player awards, breaking eight school records, winning six individual Sectional titles and earning three trips to the State track and field meet. Personal: Born on April 13, 1998... daughter of John and Karidee VanCuyck... has three sisters, Jenah, Grace and Ella, and one brother, Coty... lists her favorite food as chicken parm... her favorite movies of all-time are Harry Potter and Hunger Games... enjoys listening to country music and her favorite artists are Lee Brice, Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan... undecided major at UB.

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#18

Rachel VILLALTA • Forward/Midfielder • JUNIOR • 5-7

GODFREY, ON/ SHATTUCK ST. MARY’S Career Statistics GP GS Sh G A Pts 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0

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2016: Appeared in one match as a sophomore as she played four minutes against Canisius (9/9). 2015: Appeared in four matches as a freshman... made her first career appearance in the Bulls 2-0 victory over Big 4 foe Canisius (8/30)... played in the victories over Binghmaton (9/11), Northern Illinois (10/11) and Akron (10/29). High School: After a strong junior campaign in 2013, Villalta was named Most Improved Player for Shattuck St. Mary’s as she demonstrated great determination and ability at the holding midfield position. She led her team to the State Cup finals in 2013 and helped lead her team to the Mayor’s Cup championship in Las Vegas during her senior campaign. Personal: Born on December 9, 1997... daughter of Lawrence and Muriel Villalta... has two brothers, Matthew and Wyatt... lists her favorite movies as Pitch Perfect and American Sniper... her favorite athletes are Mia Hamm and Carey Price...enjoys listening to country music and her favorite artists are Sam Hunt and Ellie Goulding... biomedical sciences major at UB.

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Carley ZOCCALI • Midfielder • SOPHOMORE • 5-3

HENRIETTA, NY / RUSH HENRIETTA GP 18 18

Career Statistics GS Sh G A 1 7 0 0 1 7 0 0

Pts 0 0

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2016: Was a threat off the Buffalo bench as a freshman as she appeared in 18 games while notching one start... she finished off the season with seven shots, including three on goal from her midfield position... made her first career start in the Bulls 1-1 draw at Binghamton (8/28) as she notched a career-high two shots... recorded two shots in UB’s 2-1 loss to Western Michigan (10/14)... saw action in 525 minutes in her first season as a Bull. High School: Zoccali comes to the Bulls following a very successful high school career at Rush Henrietta where she played four seasons including one as a team captain... she collected 11 goals and four assists as a senior while being named first team All-Monroe County and All-Greater Rochester... Zoccali also earned sixth team All-State recognition after her successful senior campaign... she also played four seasons for the Empire Revolution and one season for the Rochester Futbol Club... while with the Revolution, Zoccali helped her club win the State Cup. Personal: Born on May 19, 1998... daughter of Nick Zoccali and Dawn Regan... has two brothers, Adam and Sammy Zoccali and two sisters, Stephanie and Lindsey Regan... lists her favorite athlete as Carli Lloyd... her favorite movie of all-time is Along Came Polly... enjoys rap music and lists her favorite musicians as Future and Drake... plans on majoring in finance at UB.

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Mackenzie

ALLEN

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Freshman • Defender • 5-5 • Rochester, NY • Aquinas Institute of Rochester High School: She comes to Buffalo after a very successful high school career at Aquinas Institute of Rochester where she was a fouryear member and two-year team captain... she helped lead her team to a 10-6-4 record during her senior campaign while earning Second Team All-Greater Rochester and First Team Private Parochial honors... named Aquinas Institute Defensive Player of the Year for her strong play during her senior season... as a sophomore, Allen helped lead the Little Irish to a Sectional Championship... the athletically gifted defender also played for the Empire United Soccer Academy for nine seasons. Personal: Born on August 12, 1999... daughter of Melissa and Howard Allen... has one brother Jordan and one sister Julia... brother Jordan Allen plays in the MLS for Real Salt Lake and played college soccer at the University of Virginia... lists her favorite athlete as Julie Johnston... her favorite TV shows are Quantico and How To Get Away With Murder... was also recruited by Albany and Hampton. Year 2017

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Marcy

BARBERIC

#11

Freshman • Midfielder • 5-5 • Grand Island, NY • Grand Island High School: She played at Grand Island high school where she starred for five seasons under head coach Dave Bowman... she helped lead the Vikings to a 19-1-1 record during her senior campaign as they earned the Niagara Frontier League championship, Section 6 championship and Far West Regionals Co-Championship in 2016... the dangerous forward finished off her impressive senior campaign with 27 goals, 32 assists and 86 points as she ranks third in New York State history for assists in a season (32)... she earned Second Team All-NYS on two occasions while earning Third Team All-NYS once during her sophomore campaign... the fourtime First Team All-NFL performer also was named First Team All-WNY three times during her illustrious high school career... she has also played seven seasons for the Flash Academy under the tutelage of a pair of coaches in Henrik Ambarchian and Rob Ferguson. Personal: Born on March 3, 1999... daughter of Shirley and Tony Barberic... has one brother, Chris... lists her favorite athlete as Lionel Messi... her favorite movies of all-time are Step Brothers and The Amazing Spider-Man... enjoys listening to country and her favorite musician is Taylor Swift... lists her greatest athletic experience as winning the Section 6 title as a senior. Year 2017

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Amanda

KNEPPEL

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#25 Sophomore • Midfielder • 5-6 • Bloomingdale, NY • Butler (Bergen CC) Prior to UB: Played one season at Bergen Community College... notched nine goals in 11 games at Bergen... recorded 42 shots on the season. High School: Played two seasons at Butler high school... closed out her senior season with seven goals in four games... named Second Team All-Conference during her junior season... set the school record with 17 goals in 11 games during her junior season. Personal: Born on December 1, 1996... daughter of Dave and Luby Kneppel... has one brother, Sam, and one sister, Rebecca... lists her favorite athlete as Christian Pulisic... her favorite movie of all-time is She’s the Man... also enjoys playing basketball... majoring in psychology at UB. Freshman Year to Date Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2017 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lena

LUCAS

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Freshman • Defender • 5-7 • Brighton, NY • Brighton High School: Lucas was a standout defender for Brighton High School... the athletic defender helped lead her team to the Section V championship in 2016 while also earning First Team All-Greater Rochester honors... she earned fifth team All-NYS honors during her senior season while also being named First Team All-County twice during her successful career... during her junior campaign, the central defender led the team with eight assists. Personal: Born on February 12, 1999... daughter of Robin and Keith Lucas... has one sister, Hannah... lists her favorite athletes as Mallory Pugh and Sydney Leroux... her favorite movie of all-time is Harry Potter... enjoys listening to rap and pop music and her favorite musicians are J. Cole and Rihanna... her non-sports hero is Michelle Obama.

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Sidney

REEVES

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#24 Freshman • Midfielder • 5-5 • Groton, NY • Groton High School: She joins the Bulls after a record-setting career at Groton high school where she set the school record for goals in a career with 87... the four-year team captain helped lead the Indians to a 14-2-1 record during her senior campaign as she chipped in with career-highs in goals (34), assists (9) and points 77... helped lead her team to the Section 4 Class C Divisional Championship and Section 4 Class C IAC Championships during her senior campaign... earned Fourth Team All-New York State honors as a senior while also being named IAC first team All-Star five times... named Section 4 Class C Divisional MVP as a junior and senior... Also had a very successful club career as she played three seasons for the Syracuse Development Academy and six seasons for the Olympic Development Program. Personal: Born on August 3, 1999... daughter of Eric and Carey Reeves... has one younger sister, Lauren... lists her favorite athletes as Carli Lloyd, Alex Morgan and Cristiano Ronaldo... her favorite TV shows of all-time are Friends and Full House... lists her favorite musical group as Panic! At the Disco... planning on majoring in biology at UB. Year 2017

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Kaitlyn

WALSH

#4

Freshman • Midfielder • 5-3 • Chenango Forks, NY • Chenango Forks High School: Had a successful high school career at Chenango Forks high school where she led her team to an unblemished 23-0-0 record and NYS Class B State Championship as a senior... she was able to net 19 goals and nine assists for 47 points as a senior while also being named Section IV All-Conference First Team on four occasions... was named First Team All-State and NYS Class “B” Player of the Year following her senior campaign... the midfielder also had a successful club career playing for the Syracuse Development Academy, leading her team to three NYSW State Cup Championships and two regional championships. Personal: Born on May 18, 1999... daughter of Christopher and Karen Walsh... has two sisters, Marissa and Cassidy... other hobbies include singing and playing the guitar... lists her favorite athletes as Carli Lloyd, Alex Morgan and Abby Wambach... enjoys listening to Coldplay, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Drake... was also recruited by Stony Brook, Binghamton, Siena and Loyola University Maryland. Year 2017

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Julia

WHIPPLE

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#0 Freshman • Goalkeeper • 5-7 • Hamburg, NY • Frontier High School: Whipple comes to Buffalo after a very successful career between the pipes at Hamburg High School for head coach Thomas Zugger... Started in goal all four seasons while being named team captain during her junior and senior campaigns... Whipple earned First Team ECIC all four seasons at Hamburg while leading her team to a 6-6 record with 111 saves during her final season... As a freshman, she led all of Section 6 in minutes played by a goalkeeper. Personal: Born on April 9, 1999... daughter of Christina and Mark Whipple... has one brother, Jack... lists her favorite athletes of alltime as Hope Solo, Gabby Douglas and Michael Jordan... enjoys listening to hip-hop and rap music and her favorite musician is Post Malone... her favorite quote is “everything happens for a reason”... plans on majoring in business administration at UB. Year 2017

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Gianna

YURCHAK

#9

Freshman • Forward • 5-7 • Leola, PA • Conestoga Valley High School: She joins the Bulls after a very successful high school career in Pennsylvania at Conestoga Valley where she set the program record for goals in a career (70), goals in a season (30), assists in a season (19) and ranked second in school history in assists in a career (38)... the crafty forward led her team to a 18-3 record during her senior season as she netted a career-high 30 goals, eight assists and 68 points... following her senior season, Yurchak earned NSCAA All-America team honors along with being named Pennsylvania Soccer Player of the Year... she is also a three-time All-State team member and two-time NSCAA All-Region selection while playing four years of varsity soccer for Keith Nagley... the lethal scorer led her team to three Lancaster Lebanon Section I championships during her impressive career. Personal: Born on October 5, 1998... daughter of Nancy and John Yurchak... has three sisters, Rachel, Jocelyn and Samara... other hobbies include watching movies and traveling... her favorite athlete of all-time is Mia Hamm... lists her favorite movie of all-time as She’s The Man... enjoys listening to country music and her favorite musician is Taylor Swift... plans on majoring in Occupational therapy at UB. Freshman Year to Date Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2017 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Year-by-Year Records (All Divisions)

Year-By-Year Records Year

Division III 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 Division II 1988 1989 1990 Division I 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 TOTAL

Record

Conf. Rec

Home

Away

Neutral

GF

GA

PCT

Head Coach

8-4-1 9-5-2 8-10-0 8-9-0 14-5-2 10-5-3

--- --- --- --- --- ---

5-3-0 8-2-1 4-7-0 6-4-0 9-4-1 6-2-0

3-1-1 0-3-1 4-3-0 2-5-0 5-1-1 3-3-2

0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1

34 52 42 45 53 49

20 15 35 41 23 19

.654 .625 .444 .471 .714 .639

Michelle Barczak Michelle Barczak Janet Bumpus Ron Case Ron Case Ron Case

12-5-1 9-6-1 9-5-1

--- --- ---

7-1-0 4-1-1 4-1-0

4-4-1 2-4-0 5-4-1

1-0-0 3-1-0 0-0-0

51 37 29

11 19 22

.694 .594 .633

Ron Case Ron Case Ron Case

.278 .417 .542 .382 .700 .500 .306 .611 .711 .691 .500 .475 .575 .395 .333 .444 .421 .333 .184 .105 .667 .289 .417 .795 .595 .475 .000 .507

Ron Case Ron Case Ron Case Ron Case Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Shawn Burke Shawn Burke Shawn Burke Shawn Burke

2-6-1 --- 7-10-1 --- 6-5-1 --- 5-9-3 --- 9-3-3 --- 8-8-3 --- 5-12-1 --- 10-6-2 3-5-2 13-5-1 7-4-0 14-6-1 8-2-1 9-9-0 7-5-0 7-8-5 5-5-2 11-8-1 6-5-1 7-11-1 5-6-1 5-11-2 3-7-1 8-10-0 4-6-0 7-10-2 4-6-1 4-10-4 0-9-2 3-15-1 2-8-1 1-16-2 0-9-2 12-5-4 4-3-4 5-12-2 3-7-1 6-9-3 3-7-1 16-3-3 9-0-2 11-7-3 7-3-1 7-8-5 4-4-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 285-276-66 84-94-27

2-1-1 0-2-0 0-3-0 10 4-5-0 3-5-1 0-0-0 24 4-1-1 2-4-0 0-0-0 25 3-3-0 2-6-3 0-0-0 37 5-0-0 4-3-3 0-0-0 45 5-2-2 3-6-1 0-0-0 40 0-5-1 4-5-0 1-2-0 18 5-2-1 4-4-1 1-0-0 31 5-3-0 7-2-1 1-0-0 38 7-2-1 7-2-0 0-2-0 45 6-2-0 3-7-0 0-0-0 33 5-1-2 2-6-1 0-1-2 28 4-3-0 5-5-1 2-0-0 34 6-3-0 1-6-1 0-2-0 29 3-4-1 2-6-0 0-1-1 14 4-1-0 4-7-0 0-2-0 27 3-4-0 3-5-2 1-1-0 25 1-4-3 3-6-1 0-0-0 19 3-5-1 0-10-0 0-0-0 11 1-4-1 0-8-1 0-4-0 12 8-3 4-2-4 1-0 26 3-5-1 2-6-1 0-1 13 3-6-2 3-3-1 - 14 11-0-1 5-3-2 0-0-0 33 6-1-2 5-6-1 0-0-0 29 7-0-3 0-6-2 0-2-0 19 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 166-92-24 106-159-35 13-22-4 1061

Team Season Records

Most Wins________________________________________ 16 (2014) Most Losses_______________________________________ 16 (2010) Most Ties_____________________________________ 5 (2002, 2016) Win Percentage_________________________________ .795 (2014) Overtime Games___________________________________ 7 (2011) Fewest Wins_______________________________________ 1 (2010) Fewest Losses_________________________________ 3 (1995, 2014) Most Home Wins__________________________________ 11 (2014) Fewest Home Wins__________________________________ 0 (1987) Most Road Wins_______________________________ 7 (1999, 2000) Fewest Road Wins_______________ 0 (1983, 1991, 2009, 2010, 2016) Most Home Losses__________________________________ 7 (1984) Fewest Home Losses______________________ 0 (1995, 2014, 2016) Most Road Losses__________________________________ 10 (2009) Fewest Road Losses____________________________ 1 (1982, 1986) Most Goals For____________________________________ 53 (1986) Most Goals Against_________________________________ 49 (2010) Fewest Goals For___________________________________ 10 (1991) Fewest Goals Against_______________________________ 11 (1988)

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* - The Bulls competed at the Division III level from 1982-1987, the Division II level from 1988-1990, and the Division I level from 1991-to present.

Streaks Longest Winning Streak___________________________ 7 (1989-90) Longest Home Winning Streak_____________________ 9 (2014-15) Longest Road Winning Streak__________________________4 (four times)

Coaching History Coach Shawn Burke Michael Thomas Jean-A. Tassy Ron Case Michelle Barczak Janet Bumpus

Yrs. W L T Pct. 3 34 18 11 .627 6 31 67 16 .342 13 113 107 22 .512 10 82 65 14 .553 2 17 9 3 .638 1 8 10 0 .444 35 285 276 66 .507

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Modern Era Records (Since joining Division I in 1991)

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 TOTAL

Record

Conf. Rec

2-6-1 --- 7-10-1 --- 6-5-1 --- 5-9-3 --- 9-3-3 --- 8-8-3 --- 5-12-1 --- 10-6-2 3-5-2 13-5-1 7-4-0 14-6-1 8-2-1 9-9-0 7-5-0 7-8-5 5-5-2 11-8-1 6-5-1 7-11-1 5-6-1 5-11-2 3-7-1 8-10-0 4-6-0 7-10-2 4-6-1 4-10-4 0-9-2 3-15-1 2-8-1 1-16-2 0-9-2 12-5-4 4-3-4 5-12-2 3-7-1 6-9-3 3-7-1 16-3-3 9-0-2 11-7-3 7-3-1 7-8-5 4-4-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 198-222-55 84-94-27

Home

Away

2-1-1 0-2-0 4-5-0 3-5-1 4-1-1 2-4-0 3-3-0 2-6-3 5-0-0 4-3-3 5-2-2 3-6-1 0-5-1 4-5-0 5-2-1 4-4-1 5-3-0 7-2-1 7-2-1 7-2-0 6-2-0 3-7-0 5-1-2 2-6-1 4-3-0 5-5-1 6-3-0 1-6-1 3-4-1 2-6-0 4-1-0 4-7-0 3-4-0 3-5-2 1-4-3 3-6-1 3-5-1 0-10-0 1-4-1 0-8-1 8-3-0 4-2-4 3-5-1 2-6-1 3-6-2 3-3-1 11-0-1 5-3-2 6-1-2 5-6-1 7-0-3 0-6-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 114-70-24 78-131-28

Neutral

0-3-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-1-2 2-0-0 0-2-0 0-1-1 0-2-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-4-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 - 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 7-19-3

GF

GA

10 26 24 32 25 21 37 35 45 27 40 33 18 25 31 19 38 16 45 21 33 37 28 32 34 27 29 33 14 30 27 37 25 33 19 21 11 33 12 49 26 17 13 24 14 17 33 17 29 18 19 17 0 0 679 697

PCT .278 .417 .542 .382 .700 .500 .306 .611 .711 .691 .500 .475 .575 .395 .333 .444 .421 .333 .184 .105 .667 .289 .417 .795 .595 .475 .000 .475

Head Coach

Ron Case Ron Case Ron Case Ron Case Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Shawn Burke Shawn Burke Shawn Burke Shawn Burke

Team Season Records

Most Wins_______________________________________ 16 (2014)

Coaching History

Most Losses______________________________________ 16 (2010) Most Ties____________________________________ 5 (2002, 2016) Win Percentage_________________________________ .795 (2014) Overtime Games___________________________________ 7 (2011) Fewest Wins_______________________________________ 1 (2010)

Coach Shawn Burke Michael Thomas Jean-A. Tassy Ron Case

Yrs. W L T 3 34 18 11 6 31 67 16 13 113 107 22 4 20 30 6 26 198 222 55

Pct. .627 .342 .512 .411 .475

Fewest Losses________________________________ 3 (1995, 2014) Most Home Wins__________________________________ 11 (2014) Fewest Home Wins_________________________________ 0 (1997) Most Road Wins______________________________ 7 (1999, 2000) Fewest Road Wins___________________ 0 (1991, 2009, 2010, 2016) Most Home Losses_________________________________ 6 (2013) Fewest Home Losses_____________________ 0 (1995, 2014, 2016) Most Road Losses_________________________________ 10 (2009) Fewest Road Losses_________________ 2 (1991, 1999, 2000, 2011) Most Conference Wins______________________________ 9 (2014) Fewest Conference Wins_______________________ 0 (2008, 2010) Most Goals For______________________________ 45 (1995, 2000) Most Goals Against_______________________________ 49 (2010) Fewest Goals For__________________________________ 10 (1991) Fewest Goals Against______________________________ 16 (1999)

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Single Game/Season Offensive Records Single Game Offensive Records Goals

Beth Eldridge (9-11-84)__________________ Lori Perillo (9-14-94)____________________ Nora Bender (10-10-85)__________________ Janet Holliday (9-13-83)_________________ Jenny Dannecker (10-15-04)______________ Emily Russell (10-3-03)__________________ Emily Russell (9-7-03)___________________ Natalia Crofut (9-3-03)___________________ Elizabeth Pfeffer (9-10-99)________________ Paula Listrani (9-12-98)__________________ Lori Perillo (10-1-95)____________________ Lori Perillo (10-26-94)___________________ Melanie Hierl (9-4-94)___________________ Aimee Mann (9-18-93)__________________ Cheryl Steffan (four times)_______________ Nora Bender (10-12-87)__________________ Nora Bender (10-12-85)__________________ Michel Major (three times)_______________ Janet Holliday (10-22-83)________________ Nancy Schaeffer (9-13-83)________________ Beth Eldridge (9-22-82)__________________

5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

1. 2. 6. 9.

Points

Beth Eldridge (9-11-84)_________________ 10 Lori Perillo (9-14-94)____________________ 8 Aimee Mann (9-18-93)__________________ 8 Nora Bender (10-10-85)__________________ 8 Janet Holliday (9-13-83)_________________ 8 Jenny Dannecker (10-15-04)______________ 7 Emily Russell (9-7-03)___________________ 7 Nicole Olszewski (9-18-01)_______________ 7 Emily Russell (10-3-03)__________________ 6 Natalia Crofut (9-3-03)___________________ 6 Elizabeth Pfeffer (9-10-99)________________ 6 Paula Listrani (9-12-98)__________________ 6 Lori Perillo (10-1-95)____________________ 6 Lori Perillo (10-26-94)___________________ 6 Melanie Hierl (9-4-94)___________________ 6 Cheryl Steffan (four times)_______________ 6 Nora Bender (10-13-87)__________________ 6 Nora Bender (10-12-85)__________________ 6 Michel Major (9-28-85)__________________ 6 Janet Holliday (9-16-83)_________________ 6 Nancy Schaeffer (9-13-83)________________ 6 Beth Eldridge (9-22-82)__________________ 6

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Jenny Dannecker was the last Bull to notch a hat trick , scoring three times in a 5-2 win against Toledo on Oct. 15, 2004.

1. 2. 5.

Single Season Offensive Records Goals

Emily Russell had two three-goal games en route to her 34-point 2003 season.

Points

1. Nora Bender (1986)____________________ 17 1. Cheryl Steffan (1988)___________________ 40 2. Emily Russell (2003)____________________ 15 2. Paula Listrani (2000)___________________ 39 Cheryl Steffan (1988)___________________ 15 3. Paula Listrani (1999)___________________ 36 Nora Bender (1986)____________________ 36 4. Paula Listrani (2000)___________________ 14 5. Emily Russell (2003)____________________ 34 5. Paula Listrani (1999)___________________ 13 6. Lori Perillo (1996)______________________ 30 Paula Listrani (1998)___________________ 13 7. Paula Listrani (1998)___________________ 29 Lori Perillo (1996)______________________ 13 8. Michel Major (1983)____________________ 27 8. Katie Roberts (2014)___________________ 12 Katie Roberts (2014)___________________ 27 9. Michel Major (1985)____________________ 11 10. Nora Bender (1987)____________________ 25 11. Janet Holliday (1983)___________________ 24 Michel Major (1983)____________________ 11 12. Lori Perillo (1994)______________________ 23 Beth Eldridge (1982)___________________ 11 Joanna Tower (1994)___________________ 23 12. Carissima Cutrona (2016)______________ 10 Nancy Schaeffer (1983)_________________ 23 Elizabeth Pfeffer (1999)_________________ 10 15. Elizabeth Pfeffer (1999)_________________ 22 Lori Perillo (1994)______________________ 10 Lynne Fernandes (1986)________________ 22 Kate Ricci (1989)______________________ 10 Michel Major (1985)____________________ 22 Nora Bender (1987)____________________ 10 18. Carissima Cutrona (2016)______________ 21 Michel Major (1986)____________________ 21 Janet Holliday (1983)___________________ 10 Roma Marracino (1986)_________________ 21 18. Lori Perillo (1995)_______________________ 9 Joanna Tower (1994)____________________ 9 Michel Major (1986)_____________________ 9

Assists

Paula Listrani poured in 14 goals with 11 assists to set the school mark for points in a season in 2000 with 39.

1. Paula Listrani (2000)___________________ 11 2. Paula Listrani (1999)___________________ 10 Cheryl Steffan (1988)___________________ 10 Lynne Fernandes (1986)________________ 10 5. Nancy Schaeffer (1983)__________________ 9 6. Jenny Dannecker (2004)_________________ 7 Lynne Fernandes (1987)_________________ 7 Nicole Olszewski (2000)_________________ 7 Celina Carrero (2014)____________________ 7 10. Kassidy Kidd (2015)_____________________ 6 Celina Carrero (2015)____________________ 6 Nicole Olszewski (2001)_________________ 6 Kathleen Magner (1996)_________________ 6 Kim Graden (1987)______________________ 6 Janet Holiday (1982)____________________ 6 Brooke McCalla (2006)___________________ 6 Brooke McCalla (2007)___________________ 6

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Emily Russell had 63 career points and ranks 6th alltime.

Nicole Olszewski had 21 career assists.

Katie Roberts scored 23 career goals for the Bulls.

Career Offensive Records 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19.

Goals Paula Listrani (1997-00)________________ 46 Nora Bender (1985-87)_________________ 43 Lori Perillo (1993-96)__________________ 40 Michel Major (1983-86)________________ 40 Cheryl Steffan (1988-91)_______________ 36 Emily Russell (2000-03)_________________ 28 Beth Eldridge (1982-84)________________ 27 Katie Roberts (2011-14)________________ 23 Joanna Tower (1992-95)________________ 22 Natalia Crofut (2002-06)________________ 21 Nicole Olszewski (2000-03)_____________ 20 Janet Holliday (1982-84)_______________ 20 Elizabeth Pfeffer (1999-02)______________ 19 Andrea Vescio (2005-08 )_______________ 18 Annamaria Gasbarra (1992-95)__________ 16 Jennifer DeVita (1992-95)_______________ 16 Roma Marracino (1985-86)______________ 15 Kate Ricci (1989-91)___________________ 14 Carissima Cutrona (2015-Pres.)________ 13 Lindsey Bailey (2007-10)_______________ 13

_Assists 1. Paula Listrani (1997-00)_________________ 2. Lynne Fernandes (1986-89)______________ 3. Nicole Olszewski (2000-03)______________ 4. Anne Quinlivan (1982-85)_______________ 5. Michel Major (1983-86)_________________ Brooke McCalla (2005- 08)______________ 7. Celina Carrero (2013-16)________________ Cheryl Steffan (1988-91)________________ Nora Bender (1985-87)_________________ Heather Collins (1997-00)_______________ 11. Kathleen Magner (1993-96)_____________ 12. Joanna Tower (1992-95)________________ Janet Holliday (1982-84)________________ 14. Jenny Dannecker (2001-04)_____________ 15. Natalia Crofut (2002-2005)______________ Kassidy Kidd (2012-16)_________________

24 23 21 19 18 18 16 16 16 16 15 13 13 12 11 11

Note: The records in this section have been compiled from all available information. They are not complete, and all additions or corrections should be forwarded to the UB Athletic Communications Office.

Points 1. Paula Listrani (1997-00)________________ 116 2. Nora Bender (1985-87)________________ 102 3. Michel Major (1983-86)_________________ 98 4. Lori Perillo (1993-96)___________________ 91 5. Cheryl Steffan (1988-91)________________ 88 6. Emily Russell (2000-03)_________________ 63 7. Nicole Olszewski (2000-03)______________ 61 8. Joanna Tower (1992-95)________________ 57 9. Beth Eldridge (1982-84)________________ 54 Katie Roberts (2011-14)_________________ 54 11. Natalia Crofut (2002-2005)______________ 53 Janet Holliday (1982-84)________________ 53 13. Elizabeth Pfeffer (1999-02)______________ 47 14. Andrea Vescio (2005- 08)________________ 43 15. Jennifer DeVita (1992-95)_______________ 42 16. Lynne Fernandes (1986-89)______________ 41 17. Annamaria Gasbarra (1992-95)___________ 40 Brooke McCalla (2005- 08)______________ 40 19. Roma Marracino (1985-86)______________ 38 20. Celina Carrero (2013-16)________________ 37 Anne Quinlivan (1982-85)_______________ 37

2000 Bulls bring home school’s first MAC Regular Season Title 20 0 0 was a special year for the UB Women’s Soccer program. With a returning core that featured twotime All-MAC all-star and Buffalo’s all-time leading scorer in Paula Listrani and fellow AllMAC performers in defender Linnea DiNallo, midfielder Elizabeth Pfeffer and goalkeeper Paula Listrani Jaime Adams, the Bulls were already a formi- First Team All-MAC dible team. The freshmen class, featuring Nicole Olszewski and Emily Russell, teamed with Listrani to form a potent offense, and Devon Russell teamed with DiNallo to make one of the league’s stingiest defenses.

The Bulls started off the season with a 7-1 defeat of Canisius as they won their first three games, including a 4-1 win at Niagara. B u f falo d ropp e d its next two contests, non-conference games against Syracuse and Rutgers, but downed Kent State, 4-2, in the MAC opener on Sept. 13, Elizabeth Pfeffer with freshman Olszewski scoring twice in the effort. First Team All-MAC Nine days later, the Bulls lost to Ohio, 2-1, but shook that off, and proceeded to win five straight, with Listrani scoring a goal in double overtime at conference front-runner Western Michigan on October 8. She set the school’s all-time points record.

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The team continued to roll behind Listrani, who scored in four-straight games at one point in the year. The Bulls heading into the final weekend with a slim one-game lead in the conference standings. A 1-1 tie with Bowling Green on Oct. 20 kept them in first after Miami (OH) lost a game and the Bulls clinched Linnea DiNallo the title with a 3-1 win against Toledo on Oct. 22. First Team All-MAC Although the Bulls lost to Miami (OH) in the semifinals of the MAC Tournament, Buffalo had left its mark as a perennial conference contender, with then head coach Jean-A. Tassy earning the MAC Coach of the Year Award.

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Career Offensive Records


Goaltending Records Single Game Records 1. Nicole Pittaro (9-17-95)_________________ 2. Pam Gabel (10-30-84)__________________ 3. Nicole Pittaro (9-24-95/9-29-95)__________ 4. Rachelle Galipeau (9-16-92/10-9-93)________ 5. Nicole Pittaro (10-5-94)_________________ Rachelle Galipeau (10-5-91)_____________ 7. Rachelle Galipeau (three times)__________ 8. Emily Cox (9-9-01)_____________________ Mary Morgan (11-4-96)_________________ 10. Jaime Adams (9-24-97)_________________ Joanne Chillingsworth (10-11-96)________ Rachelle Galipeau (10-30-93)____________ Jennifer Wicher (10-8-92)_______________ Kerry Rich (10-3-89)____________________ 15. Rachelle Galipeau (three times)__________ 16. Joanne Chillingsworth (10-4-96)_________ Nicole Pittaro (10-15-94)________________ Rachelle Galipeau (9-25-94)_____________ Rachelle Galipeau (9-22-93)_____________ 20. Jaime Adams (10-11-98)________________ Mary Morgan (9-10-96)_________________ Rachelle Galipeau (9-25-93)_____________ Ainsley Wheldon (9-23-11, 10-23-11)______

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_ Saves 1. Nicole Pittaro (1995)__________________ 158 2. Lisa Siegel (1985)_____________________ 147 3. Becky Harvey (1987)__________________ 145 4. Rachelle Galipeau (1993)______________ 139 Ainsley Wheldon (2011)_______________ 139 6. Pam Gabel (1982)____________________ 129 7. Amy Coron (2007)____________________ 128 8. Amy Coron (2009)____________________ 122 9. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2004)______________ 121 10. Emily Cox (2001)_____________________ 119 11. Jaime Adams (1998)__________________ 117 12. Joanne Chillingsworth (1996)___________ 110 13. Laura Dougall (2015)________________ 103 14. Jennifer Wicher (1990)_________________ 102 Anna-Lesa Calvert (2005)______________ 102

Minutes Played

1. Laura Dougall (2014)_______________ 1985 2. Laura Dougall (2015)_______________ 1962 3. Ainsley Wheldon (2011)______________ 1935 4. Amy Coron (2007)___________________ 1772 5. Ainsley Wheldon (2013)______________ 1738 6. Amy Coron (2008)___________________ 1706 7. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2005)_____________ 1696 8. Beckey Harvey (1987)________________ 1680 9. Laura Dougall (2016)_______________ 1670 10. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2004)_____________ 1664

Wins

1. Laura Dougall (2014)_________________ 16 2. Jamie Adams (1999)___________________ 12 3. Laura Dougall (2015)_________________ 10 Becky Harvey (1987)___________________ 10 Ainsley Wheldon (2011)________________ 10 6. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2003)________________ 9 Jaime Adams (1998)____________________ 9 Nicole Pittaro (1995)____________________ 9 Jennifer Wicher (1990)___________________ 9 10. Emily Cox (2001)_______________________ 8 Jaime Adams (2000)____________________ 8 Ann Metzger (1986)_____________________ 8 13. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2004)________________ 7 Lisa Siegel (1985)_______________________ 7 Pam Gabel (1982)______________________ 7

Goals Against Average

(must have played in one-third of the games) 1. Kerry Rich (1988)_____________________ 0.44 2. Laura Dougall (2014)_______________ 0.54 3. Becky Harvey (1988)__________________ 0.66 4. Laura Dougall (2016)_______________ 0.75 5. Laura Dougall (2015)_______________ 0.78 6. Ainsley Wheldon (2011)_______________ 0.79 7. Jaime Adams (1999)__________________ 0.81 8. Ainsley Wheldon (2013)_______________ 0.88 9. Pam Gabel (1983)____________________ 0.91 10. Jaime Adams (2000)__________________ 0.97 Emily Cox (2000) _____________________ 0.97

Shutouts

1. Laura Dougall (2014)_________________ 13 2. Ainsley Wheldon (2011)________________ 10 3. Laura Dougall (2015)__________________ 8 Jaime Adams (1999)____________________ 8 Beckey Harvey (1987)*__________________ 8 6. Laura Dougall (2016)__________________ 6 Pam Gabel (1982)*______________________ 6 8. Ainsely Wheldon (2013)_________________ 5 Jaime Adams (1998)____________________ 5 Amy Coron (2007)______________________ 5 Laura Dougall owns the single seasoon shutout record (13) and minutes played record (1985).

Shutouts

. Laura Dougall (2014-Pres.)_____ 27 1 2. Jaime Adams (1997-00)_________ 21 3. Ainsley Wheldon (2010-13)______ 20 4. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2001-05)_____ 14 Amy Coron (2006-10)___________ 14 6. Beckey Harvey (1987-88)*_______ 11 7. Pam Gabel (1982-83)*__________ 10 8. Emily Cox (1999-02)_____________ 7 Emily Pittaro (1992-95)___________ 7 * - Team played in Division III from 1982-87

Career Records Saves

. Amy Coron (2006-2009)________ 449 1 2. Nicole Pittaro (1992-95)________ 414 3. Ainsley Wheldon (2010-13)_____ 385 4. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2002-05)____ 341 5. Jaime Adams (1997-00)________ 340 6. Rachelle Galipeau (1991-94)____ 334 7. Laura Dougall (2014-Pres.)____259 8. Pam Gabel (1982-83)__________ 226 9. Emily Cox (1999-02)___________ 225 10. Jennifer Wicher (1990-92)_____ 209

Wins

. Jaime Adams (1997-00)_________ 34 1 2. Laura Dougall (2014-Pres.)_____ 32 3. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2002-2005)___ 27 4. Ainsley Wheldon (2010-13)______ 22 5. Jennifer Wicher (1990-92)_______ 21 6. Amy Coron (2006-2009 )________ 20 7. Nicole Pittaro (1992-95)_________ 18 8. Emily Cox (1999-02)____________ 16 9. Becky Harvey (1987-88)_________ 15 10. Pam Gabel (1982-83)___________ 11

From left to right: Jaime Adams, Anna-Lesa Calvert, Laura Dougall, Amy Coron, Ainsley Wheldon and Emily Cox.

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Goals Against Average

(must have played in one-third of the games) 1. Laura Dougall (2014-Pres.)___ 0.66 2. Becky Harvey (1987-88)________0.89 3. Jaime Adams (1997-00)________1.01 4. Amy Coron (2006-2009)________1.08 5. Ainsley Wheldon (2010-13)_____1.20 6. Mary Morgan (1995-98)________1.30 Pam Gabel (1982-83)__________1.30 8. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2002-2005)__1.43 9. Jennifer Wicher (1990-92)______1.54 10. Nicole Pittaro (1992-95)______1.58

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2014: A Year To Remember

Bulls bring home school’s first MAC Tournament Title and NCAA Appearance

Jackie Hall

Laura Dougall

3rd Team All-American

MAC Freshman of the Year

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MAC Offensive Player of the Year

2014 was a special year for the UB Women’s Soccer program as the Bulls clinched their first-ever MAC Tournament Championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first-time in program history. The season started out just as good as anyone could have hoped for as the Bulls won four of their first five games. UB was able to earn five straight shutouts over the streak while compiling a 4-0-1 record. The Bulls first loss of the season came against nationally-ranked Virginia Tech without starting keeper Laura Dougall. With the Hookies first goal of the game UB’s program record shutout streak of 482 minutes came to an end. After another loss next time out to Cornell, 3-2, the Bulls began to play their best soccer of the season as they closed out the regular season with an 11-game unbeaten streak (9-0-2) while claiming the MAC Regular Season Championship with a conference mark of 9-0-2, just the third unbeaten MAC season in conference history. UB also finished off their first unbeaten home season in program history, going 8-0-1 at UB Stadium. After clinching the regular season title UB entered the MAC Tournament as the #1 seed and didnt disappoint as the hosts. In the opening round UB dominated Toledo, winning 2-0. In the semifinals Andrea Niper scored a double overtime rocket of a goal from 30-yards out to move UB onto the Championship game against Western Michigan. In the MAC Championship game, junior defender Jackie Hall scored in the 82nd minute to give UB their first-ever title and giving the program their first NCAA Tournament berth. The Bulls drew topseeded Penn State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and fell on the road by the score of 4-1 despite a valient effort after losing All-American Jackie Hall to injury late in the first half. UB’s magical season was capped with the Bulls collecting all four major MAC awards, becoming the first team in MAC history to sweep the regular season awards. Katie Roberts earned MAC Offensive Player of the Year, Jackie Hall was MAC Defensive Player of the Year, Laura Dougall was MAC Freshman of the Year and first-year head coach Shawn Burke was named MAC Coach of the Year.

Katie Roberts

2014 MAC Offensive Player of the Year

Jackie Hall

2014 MAC Defensive Player of the Year

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2015 Jackie Hall------------------------- All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete All-MAC Academic Team Kassidy Kidd---------------------- All-MAC First Team All-MAC Academic Team MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete Celina Carrero----------------All-MAC Second Team Julia Benati--------------------All-MAC Second Team All-MAC Academic Team MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete Brianna Shingary---------------- MAC All-Freshman Carissima Cutrona------- All-MAC Academic Team Laura Dougall------------- All-MAC Academic Team Andrea Niper------------- All-MAC Academic Team MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete Kristin Markiewicz____ All-MAC Academic Team

Laura Dougall----------- MAC Freshman of the Year All-MAC First Team All-MAC Freshman Team NSCAA All-Region Katie Roberts---MAC Offensive Player of the Year All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region All-MAC Academic Team Courtney Mann------------------ All-MAC First Team All-MAC Academic Team NSCAA Scholar All-Region Sophie Therien---------------All-MAC Second Team Celina Carrero----------------All-MAC Second Team Julia Benati-----------------All-MAC Freshman Team Megan Abman----------- All-MAC Academic Team Kassidy Kidd-------------- All-MAC Academic Team Kristin Markiewicz------- All-MAC Academic Team Andrea Niper------------- All-MAC Academic Team Shawn Burke___________MAC Coach of the Year NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year

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2016 Julia Benati--------------------All-MAC Second Team All-MAC Academic Team MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete Carissima Cutrona-----------All-MAC Second Team All-MAC Academic Team MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete Angel Hart---------------------All-MAC Second Team Gurjeena Jandu------------------All-Freshman Team Andrea Niper------------- All-MAC Academic Team MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete Laura Dougall------------- All-MAC Academic Team Jessica Marlowe---------- All-MAC Academic Team Nicole Gerritz------------- All-MAC Academic Team MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete Ashley Evans-------------- All-MAC Academic Team Meghan Simmons------- All-MAC Academic Team

2013 Courtney Gross----------- All-MAC Academic Team Natalie Jurisevic______ All-MAC Academic Team

2014

MAC regular season and tournament champions

Jackie Hall--------------------3rd Team All-American MAC Defensive Player of the Year All-MAC First Team NSCAA Academic All-American NSCAA All-Region NSCAA Scholar All-Region All-MAC Academic Team

Jackie Hall - First Division I All-American

Nov. 5, 2002: A Day to remember Bulls awarded with NCAA Sportsmanship Award UB Women’s soccer team , through the character of their actions following the events of Nov. 5, 2002, was awarded with the Citizenship Through Sports NCAA Award on June 15, 2003. It was on that day that tragedy struck the Bowling Green women’s soccer team as one of its players, Leslie Dawley, collapsed and died on the field in the first round of the Mid-American Conference Championship Game. The game was halted and resumed the following day with the host Falcons winning 2-1 in double-overtime. However, it was the actions of then head coach Jean-A. Tassy and the UB women’s soccer team on that day that moved Bowling Green to nominate Buffalo for the award. Prior to the start of the game, UB chose to warm up on an adjacent practice field. The team did not want to disturb the area where Dawley had collapsed less that 20 hours earlier and wanted to give Bowling Green some time to reflect as a team. During player introductions, each UB player handed a single yellow rose to their counterpart, exchanging hugs and tears. Following the introductions, the teams joined hands in a circle in the middle of the field for a moment of silence to honor Dawley. In an excerpt from the nomination letter, Bowling Green representatives wrote: “Everyone that was involved with the events of November 5th and 6th at Bowling Green State University will not soon forget the character and sportsmanship that was displayed by the University at Buffalo’s Women’s Soccer Team and Coaching Staff. It is this type of character and sportsmanship that makes collegiate athletics so great. These acts of compassion by the Buffalo players and coaching staff were not lost on the more than 700 fans that filled the stands that day and a number were heard to comment that they had never witnessed such sportsmanship.”

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2011 Aubrey Stahl------------------All-MAC Second Team All-MAC Academic Team Katie Roberts________ All-MAC Freshman Team Megan Giesen________ All-MAC Freshman Team Shannon Algoe________ Academic All-American Cosida Academic All-Distric Team All-MAC Academic Team 2010 Shannon Algoe----------- All-MAC Academic Team 2009 Stephanie Velez--------------All-MAC Second Team All-MAC Freshman Team 2008 Lindsey Bailey----------------All-MAC Second Team Andrea Vescio________ All-MAC Academic Team 2007 Lindsey Bailey-------------All-MAC Freshman Team Andrea Vescio________ All-MAC Academic Team 2006 Brooke McCalla---------------All-MAC Second Team Andrea Vescio________ All-MAC Academic Team Heidi Griffiths________ All-MAC Academic Team Cosida Academic All-District Second Team

2003 Devon Russell--------------------- All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region All-MAC Academic Team Emily Russell______________ All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Brenna McJury____________ All-MAC First Team 2002 Devon Russell__________ All-MAC Second Team 2001 Devon Russell--------------------- All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region All-MAC Academic Team Lindsay Mislin------------ All-MAC Academic Team

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2012 Kristin Markiewicz--------All-MAC Freshman Team Shannon Algoe_______ All-MAC Academic Team

2000 Regular season MAC Champions Paula Listrani---------------------- All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Linnaea DiNallo------------------ All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Elizabeth Pfeffer------------------ All-MAC First Team Cherie Rogers-----------------All-MAC Second Team Jean A. Tassy-----------------MAC Coach of the Year 1999 Paula Listrani---------------------- All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Linnaea DiNallo___________ All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Jaime Adams__________ All-MAC Second Team Elizabeth Pfeffer________ All-MAC Second Team

2005 NSCAA Team Academic Award NSCAA Team Ethics Silver Award Brooke McCalla------------All-MAC Freshman Team Anna-Lesa Calvert____ All-MAC Academic Team Natalia Crofut________ All-MAC Academic Team NSCAA Scholar All-Region Third Team Jess Roesch______Scholar All-Region Third Team 2004 Brenna McJury---------------All-MAC Second Team Courtney MacVie_____ All-MAC Freshman Team Anna-Lesa Calvert____ All-MAC Academic Team

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Aubrey Stahl

Natalia Crofut

Shannon Algoe

Courtney Gross

UB’S ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS 2015 Kassidy Kidd_________ Most Outstanding Offensive Kristin Markiewicz____ Most Outstanding Defensive McKenzie White & Ndea Johnson___ Unsung Hero Award 2014 Katie Roberts_________ Most Oustanding Offensive Sophie Therien_______ Most Outstanding Defensive Cassie Betancourt____________ Unsung Hero Award 2013 Karen McMahon______ Most Outstanding Offensive Courtney Gross_______ Most Outstanding Defensive 2012 Taylor Thompson_____ Most Outstanding Offensive Shannon Algoe_______ Most Outstanding Defensive 2011 Aubrey Stahl_________ Most Outstanding Offensive Danielle Turner_______ Most Outstanding Defensive 2010 Lindsey Bailey__________ Most Outanding Offensive Kristen Bailey________ Most Outstanding Defensive 2009 Stephanie Velez________ Most Outanding Offensive Amy Coron__________ Most Outstanding Defensive 2008 Lindsey Bailey__________ Most Outanding Offensive Courtney MacVie_____ Most Outstanding Defensive 2007 Nikki Wilson__________________Most Outstanding Andrea Vescio__________________ Coaches’ Award Ashley Turner___________________ Coaches’ Award Lindsey Bailey___________________ Top Newcomer Martina Pettenuzzo______________ Top Newcomer Amy Coron_____________________ Most Improved 2006 Brooke McCalla________________Most Outstanding Andrea Vescio__________________ Coaches’ Award Caitlin Higgins__________________ Top Newcomer Ashley Turner___________________ Most Improved

Devon Russell

2005 Natalia Crofut__________________Player of the Year Arielle Korczykowski_____________ Coaches’ Award Jess Roesch, Anna-Lesa Calvert____ Scholar Athlete Award Ashley Turner______________Most Improved Player Brooke McCalla________________ Rookie of the Year 2004 Jenny Dannecker______ Offensive Player of the Year Anna-Lesa Calvert_____ Defensive Player of the Year Brenna McJury__________________ Coaches’ Award Jennifer Rounds___________ Scholar Athlete Award Arielle Korczykowski Lindsay Szafranski__________Most Improved Player Courtney MacVie______________ Rookie of the Year 2003 Emily Russell__________________ Player of the Year Brenna McJury Devon Russell___________________ Coaches’ Award Jennifer Rounds Robin Aparo______________ Scholar Athlete Award Anna-Lesa Calvert__________Most Improved Player Jessica Roesch________________ Rookie of the Year

1999 Paula Listrani Jaime Adams Linnaea Dinallo________________ Player of the Year Tara Donahue___________________ Coaches’ Award Lauren Hartmayer Dawn DelGuidice___________Most Improved Player Samantha Swerdloff Elizabeth Pfeffer_______________ Rookie of the Year 1998 Jaime Adams_________________ Player of the Year Julie Listrani____________________ Coaches’ Award Michella Maiola___________ Scholar Athlete Award Paula Listrani_______________Most Improved Player Melissa Korosec_______________ Rookie of the Year 1997 Tara Donahue_________________ Player of the Year Jaime Adams___________________ Coaches’ Award Julie Listrani______________ Scholar Athlete Award Rebecca Brigati_____________Most Improved Player Paula Listrani__________________ Rookie of the Year

2002 Elizabeth Pfeffer_______________ Player of the Year Brenna McJury__________________ Coaches’ Award Jennifer Rounds___________ Scholar Athlete Award Robin Aparo_______________Most Improved Player Natalia Crofut_________________ Rookie of the Year

1996 Lori Perillo____________________ Player of the Year Tracey Britton___________________ Coaches’ Award Rebecca Brigati____________ Scholar Athlete Award Julie Listrani_______________Most Improved Player Lauren Hartmayer Joanne Chillingsworth__________ Rookie of the Year

2001 Devon Russell_________________ Player of the Year Robin Aparo____________________ Coaches’ Award Devon Russell_____________ Scholar Athlete Award Paula Sinclair_______________Most Improved Player Brenna McJury________________ Rookie of the Year

1995 Lori Perillo____________________ Player of the Year Jennifer Devita__________________ Coaches’ Award Aimee Mann_______________Most Improved Player Julie Listrani__________________ Rookie of the Year

2000 Linnaea Dinallo________________ Player of the Year Paula Listrani____________________ Coaches’ Award Cherie Rogers______________Most Improved Player Erin McGarry__________________ Rookie of the Year

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Year-By-Year Results 9/16 at Wells College 9/22 at St. Bonaventure 9/25 Daemen College 9/28 at Rochester Tech 9/30 Canisius 10/5 Alfred 10/9 St. John Fisher 10/12 Geneseo State 10/16 Buffalo State 10/19 St. Bonaventure 10/23 at Houghton 10/26 at Buffalo State 10/27 Niagara

L 0-7 W 4-0 W 4-1 W 1-0 W 7-2 W 2-4 (2ot) L 1-4 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 T 0-0 (2ot) W 8-0

1983 (9-5-2) Coach: Michelle Barczak

9/13 Wells College 9/16 Niagara 9/21 at St. Bonaventure 9/24 Franklin & Marshall 9/25 at Rochester 9/27 Rochester Tech 9/29 Canisius 10/4 Alfred 10/8 at St. John Fisher 10/11 at Geneseo State 10/13 Daemen College 10/15 Canisius 10/15 Buffalo State 10/19 Brockport 10/22 Houghton 10/25 Buffalo State

W 13-0 W 10-0 T 1-1 (2ot) W 1-0 L 0-3 T 1-1 (2ot) W 4-0 L 0-1 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 7-0 W 4-0 W 2-1 L 3-5 (ot) W 5-1 W 1-0

1984 (8-10-0, 0-3-0 SUNYAC) Coach: Janet Bumpus

9/11 at Wells College 9/15 Nazareth College 9/19 St. Bonaventure 9/21 at Niagara 9/25 at Rochester Tech 9/27 at Canisius 10/2 Alfred 10/6 Univ. of Scranton 10/7 Elmira College 10/9 Geneseo State* 10/11 at Daemen College 10/13 Canisius 10/14 Niagara 10/17 Brockport State* 10/19 Cortland State 10/20 at Houghton 10/23 at Buffalo State* 10/30 St. John Fisher * - SUNYAC West Games

W 9-0 L 1-4 W 4-1 W 2-1 L 2-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-1 W 7-0 L 0-3 W 2-0 L 2-3 W 4-1 L 2-3 L 0-5 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 2-1 (ot)

1985 (8-9-0, 1-3-0 SUNYAC) Coach: Ron Case

9/12 Wells College 9/14 at Nazareth College 9/18 at St. Bonaventure 9/21 Niagara 9/24 Rochester Tech 9/26 Canisius 9/28 Houghton College 10/1 at Alfred 10/5 at Brockport State* 10/8 at Geneseo State* 10/10 Daemen College 10/12 Niagara 10/12 Canisius 10/16 Oswego State* 10/18 at Cortland State

W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 2-3 W 6-5 (ot) L 0-2 L 2-4 L 2-3 W 8-1 W 5-3 L 0-4 W 5-0 L 0-6

10/22 Buffalo State* 10/29 at St. John Fisher * - SUNYAC West Games

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1986 (14-5-2, 5-0 SUNYAC) Coach: Ron Case

9/6 Fredonia State* W 5-0 9/10 at Wells College W 4-0 9/13 Nazareth College W 4-0 9/17 St. Bonaventure W 2-1 (ot) 9/20 Skidmore College T 1-1 9/21 Oneonta State W 5-3 9/21 Kean College L 0-1 9/23 at Rochester Tech T 1-1 9/25 at Canisius L 0-2 (ot) 9/27 at Houghton College W 7-0 10/1 Alfred W 4-3 10/4 Brockport State* W 3-2 10/7 Geneseo State* W 2-0 10/11 Buffalo State W 4-0 10/12 Niagara L 1-2 (ot) 10/14 at Oswego State* W 2-0 10/18 Cortland State L 0-3 10/21 at Buffalo State* W 5-1 10/24 Binghamton State W 2-0 10/24 Cortland State L 0-3 10/30 at Niagara W 1-0 (ot) * - SUNYAC West Games

1987 (10-5-3) Coach: Ron Case

9/9 at Nazareth 9/16 at St. Bonaventure 9/22 Rochester Tech 9/24 Canisius 9/26 Houghton College 9/28 Univ. of Rochester 9/30 at Alfred 10/3 at Brockport State 10/6 at Geneseo State 10/10 Niagara 10/11 Canisius 10/13 Oswego State 10/15 at Gannon 10/17 at LeMoyne 10/18 at Colgate 10/20 Buffalo State 10/22 St. John Fisher 10/29 Niagara

1988 (12-6-1) Coach: Ron Case

9/3 Brockport 9/4 Mercyhurst 9/10 Nazareth College 9/14 St. Bonaventure 9/16 Genesee 9/16 at Brockport 9/22 at Canisius 9/24 at Niagara 9/28 Alfred 10/1 at Allegheny 10/2 Penn State 10/12 Gannon 10/15 LeMoyne 10/22 at West Point 10/23 at New Paltz 10/26 at Buffalo State 10/29 at Colgate 11/1 at Rochester

T 1-1 (2ot) W 3-0 W 7-0 L 0-1 W 6-0 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 2-4 W 3-1 T 3-3 (2ot) W 4-0 W 8-0 T 1-1 (2ot) L 0-1 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 2-1

W 2-1 L 0-1 W 8-0 W 5-0 W 3-0 W 5-0 T 2-2 (2ot) L 0-2 W 3-1 L 0-1 W 6-0 W 8-0 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 L 0-1 (ot) L 0-2

1989 (9-6-1) Coach: Ron Case

9/1 at Duke 9/4 at UNC-Greensboro 9/8 Adelphi 9/10 at Mercyhurst 9/13 at St. Bonaventure 9/15 Rochester Tech 9/15 Buffalo State 9/20 Canisius 9/23 Niagara 9/27 at Gannon 10/3 Rochester 10/14 Southampton 10/15 St. Rose 10/22 at LeMoyne 10/25 Buffalo State 10/27 Colgate

1990 (9-5-1) Coach: Ron Case

9/6 at Buffalo State 9/8 at Geneseo 9/12 St. Bonaventure 9/16 at Colgate 9/20 at LeMoyne 9/21 NE Missouri State 9/23 at Adelphi 9/26 Gannon 9/28 Roberts Wesleyan 10/2 at Rochester 10/10 at Canisius 10/12 at Kutztown 10/20 at Niagara 10/21 St. Rose 10/24 at Mercyhurst

1991 (2-6-1) Coach: Ron Case

9/6 Colgate 9/16 Buffalo State 9/18 at St. Bonaventure 9/21 Temple 9/27 at Army 9/28 Villanova 10/2 Rochester 10/5 Xavier 10/6 George Mason

1992 (7-10-1) Coach: Ron Case

9/5 Michigan State 9/9 St. Bonaventure 9/13 Gannon 9/16 Rochester 9/18 at Buffalo State 9/20 Seton Hall 9/23 at Colgate 9/25 Army 9/27 UMBC 9/29 at Niagara 10/3 at Temple 10/4 at LaSalle 10/8 Niagara 10/11 at East Stroudsburg 10/12 at St. John’s 10/17 St. Francis (PA) 10/23 at Canisius 10/25 at St. Bonaventure

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L 1-6 L 0-2 L 1-2 L 0-2 L 0-2 W 6-1 W 5-0 W 5-0 W 3-1 W 2-0 T 0-0 (2ot) L 0-1 W 4-0 W 5-2 W 3-0 W 2-0

W 3-0 W 2-1 W 3-1 L 0-2 W 2-1 L 0-2 L 0-2 W 3-2 W 5-0 L 1-3 W 3-2 W 3-2 (ot) L 0-3 W 3-0 T 1-1 (2ot)

L 0-2 W 5-0 L 0-1 W 3-2 (ot) L 0-3 L 1-6 T 1-1 (2ot) L 0-2 L 0-9

9/8 St. Bonaventure 9/10 Stony Brook 9/18 Robert Morris 9/22 Colgate 9/25 at Army 9/26 at Hofstra 9/28 at Canisius 10/2 Columbia 10/3 Siena 10/8 at Michigan State

L 0-2 W 3-2 W 11-1 W 1-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 T 1-1 (2ot) L 1-3

1994 (5-9-3) Coach: Ron Case

9/3 at St. Bonaventure 9/4 at Robert Morris 9/14 Niagara 9/17 St. Francis (PA) 9/21 at Canisius 9/24 at New Hampshire 9/25 at Siena 9/28 Gannon 10/1 Penn State 10/5 at Colgate 10/8 Michigan 10/15 at Stony Brook 10/16 at Columbia 10/19 at Niagara 10/26 Canisius 10/28 at Florida Atlantic 10/29 at Stetson

L 3-4 W 10-2 W 5-0 W 3-1 L 1-2 L 0-4 T 2-2 (2ot) W 5-0 L 0-4 L 0-3 L 1-2 L 1-4 L 0-2 W 2-0 L 3-4 (ot) T 0-0 (2ot) T 1-1 (2ot)

1995 (9-3-3) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

9/2 Stony Brook 9/9 Siena 9/15 at Eastern Michigan 9/17 at Michigan 9/23 at Radford 9/24 at Virginia Tech 9/29 at Penn State 10/1 C. Conn. State 10/7 Niagara 10/11 at Duquesne 10/14 at Valparaiso 10/15 at Loyola (Chicago) 10/20 at Canisius 10/24 St. Bonaventure 10/29 at Colgate

W 4-1 W 5-2 W 6-1 T 1-1 (2ot) T 3-3 (2ot) T 1-1 (2ot) L 0-7 W 8-0 W 7-1 L 0-1 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-5

1996 (8-8-3) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

L 0-3 L 1-3 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 0-4 L 0-2 W 2-0 T 2-2 (2ot) L 0-3 L 0-2 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 8-1 W 2-1 L 0-5

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8/31 at Syracuse 9/5 at Niagara 9/7 Youngstown State 9/10 at St. Bonaventure 9/14 at W. Michigan 9/20 at Boston College 9/22 at Stony Brook 9/27 Pittsburgh 9/29 Valparaiso 10/4 Colgate 10/11 Duquesne 10/13 Radford 10/16 Canisius 10/19 Eastern Michigan 10/25 at Detroit 10/27 at Toledo 10/31 at Siena 11/2 Howard

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L 2-5 W 3-1 W 6-0 L 1-3 T 1-1 (2ot) L 0-5 W 3-1 W 6-3 W 6-0 L 0-2 T 0-0 (2ot) T 1-1 (2ot) W 1-0 L 1-2 L 0-4 L 1-2 W 3-1 W 5-0

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Year-By-Year Results L

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1997 (5-12-1) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/29 Stony Brook 8/31 Toldeo 9/12 Wofford 9/14 at UNC-Charlotte 9/18 St. Bonaventure 9/20 Western Michigan 9/24 at Duquesne 9/28 at Howard 10/3 at Florida Int. 10/5 at Florida Atlantic 10/11 Columbia 10/12 Dartmouth 10/17 at Pittsburgh 10/19 Niagara 10/21 at Canisius 10/24 at Bowling Green 10/26 at Eastern Michigan 10/31 Syracuse

T 1-1 L 0-1 L 2-3 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 1-0 W 4-0 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 2-1 L 0-4 L 0-1 (ot) L 0-1 W 1-0 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 2-3

1998 (10-6-2, 3-5-2 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

9/1 at Niagara W 4-0 9/6 Bucknell W 3-1 9/9 Canisius W 3-2 9/11 at Furman W 3-1 9/12 Liberty W 5-0 9/18 Marshall* W 3-1 9/20 Ohio* L 0-1 9/23 Duquesne W 2-0 9/25 at Bowling Green* L 1-2 9/27 at Miami-OH* T 0-0 10/1 at Northern Illinois* L 0-2 10/8 Toledo* W 1-0 10/11 Eastern Michigan* T 0-0 10/16 at Central Michigan* L 0-3 10/18 at W. Michigan* W 3-2 (ot) 10/25 Kent* L 0-1 (ot) 10/31 at Stony Brook W 3-1 11/3 at Northern Illinois# L 0-2 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

1999 (13-5-1, 7-4-0 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

9/1 Niagara W 3-0 9/5 Army W 2-0 9/6 Albany W 1-0 9/10 Detroit Mercy W 5-1 9/15 at Canisius W 5-0 9/17 at Miami-Fla W 3-0 9/19 at Fla-International T 1-1 9/24 at Toledo* W 3-2 (ot) 9/26 at Bowling Green* W 3-0 10/1 Western Michigan* W 2-0 10/3 Northern Illinois* W 2-0 10/8 Ball State* W 2-1 10/10 Miami-OH* L 1-2 10/15 at Marshall* W 2-1 (ot) 10/17 at Ohio* W 2-1 10/22 at Eastern Michigan* L 0-2 10/24 at Central Michigan* L 0-2 10/30 Kent* L 0-1 (2ot) 11/2 Ohio# L 1-2 (2ot) * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

2000 (14-6-1, 8-2-1 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/25 Canisius 8/27 Duquesne 9/4 at Niagara

W 7-1 W 1-0 W 4-1

9/8 Syracuse L 0-2 9/10 Rutgers L 1-2 (ot) 9/13 at Kent State* W 4-2 9/16 Stony Brook W 2-0 9/17 Jacksonville L 3-4 9/22 Ohio* L 1-2 9/24 Marshall* W 2-0 9/29 Central Michigan* W 1-0 10/1 Eastern Michigan* W 3-1 10/6 at Northern Illinois* W 4-0 10/8 at W. Michigan* W 1-0 (2ot) 10/13 at Miami* L 1-2 10/15 at Ball State* W 2-0 10/20 Bowling Green* T 1-1 10/22 Toledo* W 3-1 10/25 at St. Bonaventure W 2-0 10/31 Toledo# W 2-0 11/3 Miami# L 0-2 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

9/7 Grambling State W 4-1 9/12 Western Michigan* L 1-2 9/14 Northern Illinois* W 4-0 9/19 at Central Michigan* L 0-3 9/21 at Eastern Michigan* T 1-1 9/26 at Canisius L 1-2 9/28 Akron* L 0-1 (ot) 10/3 at Marshall* W 3-1 10/5 at Ohio W 1-0 10/10 Ball State* L 1-2 (2ot) 10/12 Miami* W 3-1 10/17 at Bowling Green* W 3-2 (ot) 10/19 at Toledo* L 0-1 10/24 Kent State* W 1-0 10/29 at Cornell W 3-2 11/4 at W. Michigan# L 0-3 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

2001 (9-9-0, 7-5-0 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/27 at St. Bonaventure L 0-4 8/29 Syracuse L 0-1 (2ot) 9/3 Fairleigh Dickinson L 1-3 9/5 UC-Irvine L 1-2(ot) 9/10 Canisius W 4-0 9/12 at Akron* W 2-0 9/17 Eastern Michigan* L 1-3 9/19 Central Michigan* W 3-0 9/24 at Ball State* L 0-2 9/26 at Miami* L 0-2 10/1 at Niagara L 1-3 10/3 at Kent State* L 2-4 10/8 at W. Michigan* T 2-2(2ot) 10/10 at Northern Illinois* L 1-2 10/15 Toledo* W 5-2 10/17 Bowling Green* L 0-1 10/22 Marshall* W 2-1 10/24 Ohio* W 2-0 10/26 Cornell W 2-1 * - Mid-American Conference Games

8/31 Niagara W 4-1 9/2 Syracuse L 0-4 9/7 at Fairfield L 0-1 (ot) 9/9 at Boston Univ. L 1-2 9/16 Kent State* W 3-1 9/18 Akron* W 6-1 9/21 at Toledo* L 1-2 9/23 at Bowling Green* W 2-1 (ot) 9/28 Miami* L 1-4 9/30 Ball State* W 3-2 (ot) 10/5 Northern Illinois* W 2-1 10/6 Western Michigan* W 3-1 10/12 at Marshall* L 0-1 (ot) 10/14 at Ohio* W 1-0 10/19 at C. Michigan* L 1-4 10/21 at E. Michigan* L 0-4 10/24 at Canisius W 5-0 11/6 at Miami# L 0-7 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

2002 (7-8-5, 5-5-2 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/30 at Syracuse T 2-2 9/1 Colgate T 1-1 9/6 UW-Milwaukee T 1-1 9/8 at Purdue L 0-4 9/13 at Northern Illinois* W 1-0 9/15 at W. Michigan* L 0-5 9/20 Central Michigan* T 2-2 9/22 Eastern Michigan* W 2-1 (2ot) 9/27 at Ball State* L 1-2 9/29 at Miami* L 0-2 10/2 Niagara L 0-2 10/8 Canisius W 3-0 10/11 at Akron* L 1-2 10/13 Marshall* W 2-1 10/18 Toledo* T 2-2 10/20 Bowling Green* L 1-2 (ot) 10/25 at Kent State* W 3-0 10/27 Ohio W 3-0 10/31 Binghamton W 3-2 (2ot) 11/6 at Bowling Green# L 1-2 (2ot) * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

2003 (11-8-1, 6-5-1 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/29 at Minnesota 8/30 Creighton 9/3 Niagara 9/5 at UTEP

L 2-4 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 2-1

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8/26 Lehigh L 0-2 8/28 at Army W 3-2 (ot) 9/3 Jacksonville T 2-2 (2ot) 9/5 at Central Florida L 1-2 9/9 at Canisius W 2-1 9/11 at Cornell L 1-2 9/16 Niagara L 0-1 9/23 Miami (OH)* L 0-2 9/30 at Eastern Michigan* L 0-3 10/2 at Central Michigan* L 0-1 10/7 Western Michigan* L 0-2 10/9 Northern Illinois* W 3-2 (2ot) 10/14 at Toledo* L 0-3 10/16 at Bowling Green* L 0-4 10/21 Akron* L 0-1 (2ot) 10/23 Ohio* W 1-0 10/28 Kent State* T 0-0 (2ot) * - Mid-American Conference Games

2006 (8-10-0, 4-6-0 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/25 at Niagara 8/27 St. Bonaventure 9/1 at Vermont 9/3 at Brown 9/8 at UC Riverside 9/10 at UC Irvine 9/15 Canisius 9/22 at Miami* 9/24 at Ball State* 9/29 Eastern Michigan*

L W W L L L W L L W

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10/1 Central Michigan* L 0-1 10/6 at W. Michigan* W 4-2 10/8 at Northern Illinois* W 2-1 10/15 at Bowling Green* L 0-2 10/18 Cornell W 3-0 10/20 at Akron* W 2-1 10/22 at Ohio* L 1-3 10/26 at Kent State* L 0-3 * - Mid-American Conference Games

2007 (7-10-2, 4-6-1 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/31 Niagara L 3-4 9/2 at Canisius T 1-1 9/7 Binghamton W 3-1 9/9 American L 0-3 9/14 Maine L 0-3 9/16 at Vermont W 2-1 9/21 at Geo. Washington L 1-2 (2ot) 9/23 at Howard W 2-0 9/28 at Akron* L 0-1 9/30 at Ohio* L 1-2 10/5 at Western Michigan* T 2-2 10/7 at Nothern Illinois* L 1-2 10/12 Toledo* L 1-2 10/14 Bowling Green* W 1-0 10/19 at Eastern Michigan* L 1-7 10/21 at Central Michigan* W 1-0 10/26 Ball State* W 1-0 10/28 Miami* L 1-2 11/1 Kent State* W 3-0 * - Mid-American Conference Games

2008 (4-10-4, 0-9-2 MAC) Coach: Michael Thomas

8/25 at Niagara W 1-0 8/29 at FGCU W 1-0 8/31 at FIU W 2-0 9/5 Howard W 4-0 9/12 Canisius T 1-1 9/16 at Cornell T 0-0 9/21 at St. Bonaventure L 1-2 9/26 Akron* L 1-2 9/28 Ohio* L 1-2 10/3 at Ball State* L 1-4 10/5 at Miami* L 1-3 10/10 Eastern Michigan* T 1-1 10/12 Central Michigan* T 2-2 10/17 Northern Illinois* L 0-1 10/19 Western Michigan* L 0-1 10/24 at Toledo* L 1-2 10/26 at Bowling Green* L 0-3 10/30 at Kent State* L 1-2 * - Mid-American Conference Games

2009 (3-15-1, 2-8-1 MAC) Coach: Michael Thomas

8/21 at Pittsburgh 8/27 at Colgate 8/30 at Long Island 9/4 at CCSU 9/6 at St. Bonaventure 9/9 Niagara 9/13 Binghamton 9/20 Canisius 9/25 Miami* 9/27 Ball State* 10/2 at Eastern Michigan* 10/4 at Central Michigan*

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Year-By-Year Results

2010 (1-16-2, 0-9-2 MAC) Coach: Michael Thomas

8/20 at Pittsburgh L 4-1 8/27 at Wyoming L 3-0 8/29 at Denver L 3-0 9/3 St. Bonaventure W 3-2 9/10 Duquesne# L 2-0 9/12 Robert Morris# L 3-1 9/17 Niagara% L 1-0 9/19 Canisius% L 3-0 9/24 at Bowling Green* L 4-0 9/26 at Miami* L 4-3 10/1 at Northern Illinois* L 1-0 10/3 Western Michigan* T 0-0 (2ot) 10/8 Central Michigan* L 3-0 10/10 Eastern Michigan* L 1-0 10/15 Ball State* T 2-2 (2ot) 10/17 Toledo* L 2-1 10/22 Ohio* L 1-0 (2ot) 10/24 at Akron* L 3-0 10/28 at Kent State* L 7-1 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - Niagara University Tournament % - Big Four Tournament

2011 (12-5-4, 4-3-4 MAC) Coach: Michael Thomas

8/19 at Binghamton 8/26 Bucknell 8/31 at Colgate 9/3 St. Bonaventure 9/9 Temple 9/11 IPFW 9/16 at Niagara# 9/18 Canisius# 9/23 Bowling Green * 9/25 Miami * 9/30 at C. Michigan * 10/2 at E. Michigan * 10/7 N. Illinois * 10/9 W. Michigan * 10/14 at Ball State * 10/16 at Toledo * 10/21 at Ohio *

W 1-0 (2ot) W 1-0 W 2-0 L 3-2 W 3-0 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 (2ot) L 2-1 W 1-0 (ot) T 0-0 (2ot) T 2-2 (2ot) L 1-0 W 3-2 T 0-0 (2ot) L 2-0 T 1-1 (2ot)

10/23 Akron * W 1-0 10/27 Kent State * W 1-0 10/30 at Kent State % W 2-1 11/4 at Toledo% L 3-1 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - Big Four Tournament % - MAC Tournament

2014 (16-3-3, 9-0-2 MAC) Coach: Shawn Burke

8/22 St. Bonaventure W 1-0 8/24 Canisius W 2-0 8/29 at Duquesne T (2OT) 0-0 8/31 Drexel W 1-0 9/7 at Niagara W 2-0 9/12 at #3 Virginia Tech L 5-0 9/19 at Cornell L 3-2 9/26 at Kent State* W 2-0 9/28 at Ohio* W (2OT) 1-0 10/3 Bowling Green* W 3-1 10/5 Eastern Michigan* W 2-0 10/10 at Northern Illinois* T (2OT) 0-0 10/12 Western Michigan* T (2OT) 1-1 10/17 at Central Michigan* W 1-0 10/19 at Toledo* W 3-0 10/24 Ball State* W 2-1 10/26 Miami (OH)* W 2-0 10/30 Akron* W 2-1 11/2 Toledo & W 2-0 11/7 Ball State & W 2-1 11/9 Western Michigan & W 1-0 11/14 at Penn State % L 4-1 * - Mid-American Conference Games & - MAC Tournament Game % - NCAA Tournament Game

2012 (5-12-2, 3-7-1 MAC) Coach: Michael Thomas

8/17 Colgate L 2-1 8/23 Canisius W 2-0 8/26 at St. Bonaventure T 1-1 8/28 at Youngstown State L 1-0 8/31 at Bucknell L 1-0 9/2 Niagara L 1-0 (2ot) 9/14 vs. Robert Morris# W 1-0 9/16 vs. St. Francis (PA)# L 2-1 9/21 at Ball State* L 2-1 9/23 at Miami (OH)* L 2-0 9/28 Toledo* L 3-0 9/30 Northern Illinois* T 1-1 (2ot) 10/5 at Kent State* L 1-0 10/7 at Ohio* W 1-0 10/12 at Bowling Green* W 2-1 10/14 at Central Michigan* L 3-0 10/19 Eastern Michigan* L 1-0 10/21 Western Michigan* W 1-0 10/25 Akron* L 2-1 (ot) * - Mid-American Conference Games # - Niagara University Tournament

2015 (11-7-3, 7-3-1 MAC) Coach: Shawn Burke

8/21 at Saint Joseph’s L 3-1 8/23 at Drexel W 1-0 2013 (5-9-3, 2-7-1 MAC) 8/30 at Canisius W 2-0 Coach: Michael Thomas 9/1 at St. Bonaventure L 2-0 8/23 at Michigan State L 2-0 9/6 Syracuse W (2OT) 1-0 8/30 at St. Bonaventure W 2-1 9/8 Niagara T 1-1 9/1 Youngstown State W 1-0 9/11 Binghamton W 3-0 9/10 Cornell T 0-0 9/18 at West Virginia L (OT) 1-0 9/13 Duquesne T 0-0 9/25 Ohio* L 1-0 9/15 Austin Peay W (2OT) 1-0 9/27 Kent State* W 1-0 9/18 Niagara L 2-1 10/2 at Eastern Michigan* W 1-0 9/27 Ball State * L (2OT) 1-0 10/4 at Bowling Green* L 2-1 9/29 Miami * L 1-0 10/9 at Western Michigan T 1-1 10/4 at Toledo * W 3-1 10/11 Northern Illinois* W 4-1 10/6 at N. Illinois * L (2OT) 2-1 10/16 Toledo* W 3-1 10/11 Kent State * L 1-0 10/18 Central Michigan* W 3-0 10/13 Ohio * L 1-0 10/23 at Miami (OH)* W (2OT) 1-0 10/18 Bowling Green * W 1-0 10/25 at Ball State* L (OT) 1-0 10/20 Central Michigan * L (2OT) 1-0 10/29 at Akron* W 3-1 10/25 at Eastern Michigan* T 1-1 11/1 Central Michigan & W 3-2 10/27 at Western Michigan* L 2-1 11/6 Western Michigan & L 1-0 * - Mid-American Conference Games * - Mid-American Conference Games & - MAC Tournament

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2002 at Bowling Green L, 2-1 (2OT) (MAC Quarterfinals)

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1999 Ohio L, 2-1 (2OT) (MAC Quarterfinals)

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2003 at Western Michigan L, 3-0 (MAC Quarterfinals)

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8/19 vs. Hofstra L 1-0 8/21 vs. West Virginia L 2-0 8/25 St. Bonaventure W 3-1 8/28 at Binghamton T (2OT) 1-1 9/1 Brown T (2OT) 0-0 9/4 Navy W 3-1 9/9 Canisius W 3-0 9/15 at Syracuse L 2-0 9/23 at Ball State* L 1-0 9/25 at Miami (OH)* L 1-0 9/30 Bowling Green* W 2-0 10/2 Toledo* W 1-0 10/6 Ohio* W (2OT) 2-1 10/9 at Kent State* L 1-0 10/14 at Western Michigan* L 2-1 10/16 at Northern Illinois* T (2OT) 0-0 10/20 Eastern Michigan* T (2OT) 1-1 10/23 Central Michigan* T (2OT) 1-1 10/27 Akron* W 1-0 10/30 at Central Michigan& L 1-0 * - Mid-American Conference Games & - MAC Tournament Game

2017 (0-0-0, 0-0-0 MAC) Coach: Shawn Burke

8/13 at Niagara 8/18 at Cincinnati 8/26 at Ohio State 8/29 at Canisius 9/3 Youngstown State 9/8 Cornell 9/10 Fairleigh Dickinson 9/15 at St. Bonaventure 9/22 Western Michigan* 9/24 Northern Illinois* 9/29 at Eastern Michigan* 10/1 at Central Michigan* 10/5 at Ohio* 10/8 Kent State* 10/13 at Bowling Green* 10/15 at Toledo* 10/19 Ball State* 10/22 Miami (OH)* 10/26 at Akron*

Bulls in the postseason

1998 at Norhern Illinois L, 2-0 (MAC Quarterfinals)

2000 10/31 Toledo W, 2-0 (MAC Quarterfinals) 11/3 Miami (OH) L, 2-0 (MAC Semifinals)

2016 (7-8-5, 4-4-3 MAC) Coach: Shawn Burke

2011 10/30 at Kent State W, 2-1 (MAC Quarterfinals) 11/4 at Toledo L, 3-1 (MAC Semifinals)

2014 2016 vs. Toledo W, 2-0 10/30 at Cent. Mich L, 1-0 (MAC Quarterfinals) (MAC Quarterfinals) 11/7 vs. Ball State W, 2-1 (MAC Semifinals) 11/9 vs. Western Michigan W, 1-0 (MAC Finals) 11/14 at Penn State L, 4-1 (NCAA Tournament 1st Round) 11/2

11/2 11/7

2001 at Miami (OH) L, 7-0 (MAC Quarterfinals)

2015 Central Mich. W, 3-2 (SO) (MAC Quarterfinals) at Western Mich. L, 1-0 (MAC Semifinals)

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G W L T GF GA 1 0 1 0 0 3 7 6 1 0 14 6 1 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 2 1 1 4 1 1 0 0 3 0 21 4 15 2 17 41 2 0 1 1 2 3 3 0 3 0 1 8 1 0 1 0 2 4 1 1 0 0 3 1 4 1 3 0 15 7 1 0 1 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 3 0 36 22 12 2 88 38 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 20 9 8 3 28 19 20 9 10 1 21 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 5 3 2 2 0 0 7 0 4 1 3 0 7 15 4 1 3 0 7 9 1 0 1 0 0 4 2 0 0 2 4 4 4 3 1 0 23 6 1 1 0 0 5 0 5 0 3 2 1 7 6 2 2 2 13 9 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 3 29 14 13 2 51 47 3 2 1 0 12 4 4 2 2 0 4 6 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 7 0 1 0 1 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 3 4 2 0 2 11 6 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 7 5 1 1 17 10 8 1 6 1 7 19 3 2 1 0 6 5 1 1 0 0 2 1 23 10 12 1 34 34 2 2 0 0 9 0 2 2 0 0 4 1 1 0 1 0 1 6 1 0 1 1 1 6 5 4 1 0 20 7

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All-Time Program Roster

–A– Abman, Megan___________ 2010-14 Abrams, Nancy______________ 1985 Aceto, Deanne_______________ 1982 Adamczyk, Leslie ____________ 1982 Adams, Jaime_____________ 1997-00 Aldrich, Sarah________________ 2000 Algoe, Shannon___________ 2010-12 Allen, Mackenzie_______2017-Pres. Allen, Patricia_____________ 2004-07 Anselmo, Michelle_________ 2010-12 Anspach, Janet______________ 1982 Aparo, Robin_____________ 2000-03 Arana, Natasha___________ 2009-11 –B– Bailey, Kristen_____________ 2007-10 Bailey, Lindsey____________ 2007-10 Banwell, Jenessa__________ 2005-06 Barberic, Marcy________2017-Pres. Beadle, Pattie________________ 1982 Beck, Dawn_________________ 1996 Bell, Cheyra______________ 2006-07 Benati, Julia___________2014-Pres. Bender, Nora_____________ 1985-87 Berwind, Julie____________ 1990-92 Betancourt, Cassie_________ 2014-16 Bonczek, Chris____________ 1986-88 Bonura, Lisa_________________ 1996 Borini, Isabella____________ 2015-16 Bosch, Allison_____________ 2005-07 Bramble, Rebecca______2015-Pres. Branca, Allison____________ 1994-96 Brennan, Dawn______________ 1987 Bridge, Leanne_______________ 1996 Brigati, Rebecca___________ 1995-98 Britton, Tracey____________ 1995-98 Brosi, Amy__________________ 1985 Byrnes, Chris________________ 1989 –C– Calvert, Anna-Lesa_________ 2001-05 Card, Suzanne____________ 1986-87 Carrero, Celina____________ 2013-16 Cheshire, Beth____________ 1983-84 Christensen, Sarah____________ 2008 Chillingsworth, Joanne_____ 1996-97 Christina, Katy____________ 1991-93 Cibinskas, Jocelyn_________ 2006-09 Clarke, Denise_______________ 1989 Claughton, Angelina__________ 2008 Coleman, Naniette_________ 1996-97 Collins, Heather___________ 1997-00 Colvin, Jennifer______________ 2013 Connell, Nina_____________ 2009-10 Cook, Brenda_____________ 1990-91 Cook, Rachel_____________ 2012-14

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Coron, Amy______________ 2005-09 Costello, Beth_____________ 1995-97 Courteau, Amanda________ 2004-07 Coviello, Lauren___________ 2010-13 Cowell, Helene____________ 1989-91 Cox, Emily_______________ 1999-02 Crawford, Lauren________ 2008-2009 Crofut, Natalia____________ 2002-05 Curcio, Kathleen_____________ 1993 Cutrona, Carissima_____2015-Pres. –D– Dale, Julie________________ 2006-10 Daly, Kara_____________2016-Pres. Dannecker, Jenny_________ 2001-04 Dashiewicz, Michelle__________ 1990 Davis, Caryn_________________ 1998 Davis, Danielle_______________ 1991 DelGiudice, Dawn_________ 1996-99 Depowski, Chris______________ 1986 Devita, Jennifer___________ 1992-95 DiQuattro, Tricia___________ 1996-98 Dinallo, Linnaea___________ 1997-00 Dohney, Mary_______________ 1998 Damon, Kelly________________ 2000 Donahue, Tara____________ 1997-99 Dorman, Andrea_____________ 1985 Dougall, Laura_________2014-Pres. Dunn, Jessica_____________ 2001-02 Dunstan, Courtney___________ 1998 –E– Eadry, Erin__________________ 1991 Eldridge, Kathy______________ 1982 Eldridge, Mary Beth _______ 1982-84 Evans, Ashley_____________ 2013-16 –F– Fage, Kathleen____________ 2004-07 Fernandes, Lynne_________ 1986-89 Ferreira, Shannon____________ 2003 Fisher, Erin__________________ 1989 Fisher, Shannon___________ 2009-12 Fontana, Victoria__________ 1990-92 Ford, Betsy_______________ 1988-89 Frearson, Wendy_____________ 1986 Fronk, Jennifer_______________ 1999 –G– Gabel, Pam_______________ 1982-83 Galipeau, Rachelle_________ 1991-94 Gasbarra, Annamaria_______ 1992-95 Gerbracht, Kathy_____________ 1982 Gerritz, Nicole____________ 2015-17 Giamusso, Della______________ 1990 Giamusso, Gabriella________ 1989-90 Giesen, Megan____________ 2011-14 Gilkey, Kelly______________ 1989-91

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Godbury____________________ 1994 Graden, Kim_________________ 1987 Graziano, Darrah_____________ 2000 Greco, Tracy______________ 1988-91 Griffiths, Heidi____________ 2004-07 Gross, Courtney___________ 2010-13 Guminsky, Carol______________ 1986 –H– Hall, Jackie_______________ 2011-16 Hanson, Kirsten___________ 1995-97 Hart, Angel_______________ 2013-16 Hartmayer, Lauren_________ 1996-99 Harvey, Beckey____________ 1987-88 Haskins, Shannon_________ 1992-95 Hausman, Nancy_____________ 1982 Healy, Cindy_________________ 1990 Heller, Kathy______________ 1982-83 Hierl, Melanie_____________ 1991-92 Higgins, Caitlin__________ 2006-2009 Higley, Hilary_____________ 2001-03 Hilliard, Cathryn___________ 2008-11 Hilliard, Sara______________ 2004-09 Holliday, Janet____________ 1982-84 Hosey, Megan____________ 1999-02 Hospodka, Kayla_______2015-Pres. Hughes, Kori_____________ 2013-15 Hunter, Christine__________ 1999-00 Hyland, Julie________________ 1988 –J– Jandu, Gurjeena_______2016-Pres. Johnson, Korine___________ 2007-08 Johnson, N’Dea___________ 2011-16 Jones, Paula____________ 2009-2010 Jurisevic, Natalie__________ 2010-13 –K– Keefe, Jennifer____________ 1997-00 Keefe, Karla_________________ 1993 Keaton, Jessica____________ 2007-09 Kern, Jenifer______________ 2006-09 Kerr, Katie________________ 2009-12 Kidd, Kassidy_____________ 2012-16 Kiefer, Sue_______________ 1987-89 King, Pam___________________ 1987 Klein, Melissa_____________ 2005-09 Kline, Kristen________________ 1993 Kneppel, Amanda______2017-Pres. Koch, Amy__________________ 1996 Korczykowski, Arielle_______ 2001-05 Korosec, Melissa__________ 1998-99 Kowzan, Julia_____________ 2003-04 Krantz, Kelly_________________ 1996

Paula Listrani Lauko, Shelly________________ 1987 Lawson, Kristin_______________ 2004 Lenihan, Cindy____________ 1985-88 Levine, Anne Marie________ 1982-83 Listrani, Julie_____________ 1995-98 Listrani, Paula_____________ 1997-00 Logue, Meghan___________ 2011-12 Lombino, Lisa_____________ 1992-94 LoTiempo, April______________ 1994 Lucas, Lena____________2017-Pres. Lust, Connie______________ 1988-90 Lyman, Lori_________________ 1987 Lytle, Dana_______________ 2013-16 –M– MacVie, Courtney_________ 2004-08 Madigan, Kerrianne________ 2012-13 Magner, Kathleen_________ 1993-96 Mahoney, Megan_____________ 1989 Maiola, Michella___________ 1995-98 Major, Michel_____________ 1983-86 Malausky, Ann_______________ 1982 Malayny, Anne____________ 2001-03 Mann, Courtney___________ 2011-14 Markiewicz, Kristin_________ 2012-16 Martin, Mairead________2016-Pres. Maul, Meaghan___________ 1999-02 Monfalcone, Jeannine_________ 1993 Mangan, Mary_______________ 1983 Mann, Aimee_____________ 1993-95 Marlowe, Jessica__________ 2014-16 Marricino, Roma__________ 1985-86 Martell, Sherry___________________ Mayer, Heidi_________________ 1982 McCabe, Debbie__________ 1991-92 McCalla, Brooke___________ 2005-08 McCoy, Carlene______________ 1987 McGarry, Erin_____________ 2000-03 McHale, Courtney_________ 2007-10 McHale, Shannon____________ 1988 McJury, Brenna___________ 2001-04 McKenna, Zita____________ 2000-03 McMahon, Karen__________ 2010-13 McNamara, Carolyn________ 2009-12 Medige, Patti________________ 1982 Metzger, Ann_____________ 1986-87 Mihok, Jennifer___________ 2006-09 Mikovich, Kay_____________ 1986-88 Mincher, Erica____________ 2002-05 Mislin, Lindsay____________ 2000-02 Moore, Sarah_____________ 2011-14 Moreira, Jennifer__________ 2003-04 Morgan, Mary____________ 1996-98 Morley, Amy_________________ 1995

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Lindsey Bailey


All-Time Program Roster

Mort, Lauren________________ 2001 Murphy, Pat______________ 1982-83 –N– Newton, Amy_____________ 1983-85 Nicholas, Angela__________ 2008-12 Niper, Andrea_____________ 2013-16 Nitzenberger, Ann_________ 1986-89 Noble, Laurie________________ 1992 Noble, Brittney_______________ 2012 –O– O’Donnell, CoCo__________ 1987-88 Okun, Sheri_________________ 1987 Oliveri, Alana________________ 2013 Olsen, Christina___________ 2007-08 Olszewski, Nicole__________ 2000-03 –P– Pantera, Julie_____________ 1986-87 Parks, Heidi______________ 1984-85 Paquette, Corinne_________ 1996-97 Paquette, Lisa____________ 1991-94 Perillo, Lori_______________ 1993-96 Petrie, Moira___________2015-Pres. Pettenuzzo, Martina_______ 2007-10 Pfeffer, Elizabeth__________ 1999-02 Philips, Dawn_____________ 1986-88 Phelps, Heather______________ 1994 Piedmont, Alexandria______ 2003-04 Pittaro, Nicole____________ 1992-95 Pittman, Corrine__________ 1992-94 Podbielski, Linda__________ 1986-87 Porter, Allison________________ 2004 Potenza, Theresa_____________ 2000 –Q– Quidort, Caroline_____________ 1995 Quigley, Danielle__________ 2009-11 Quinlivan, Anne___________ 1982-85 –R– Reed, Lisa___________________ 1990 Reeves, Sidney_________2017-Pres. Regan, Cailin__________2016-Pres. Ricci, Kate________________ 1989-91 Ricci, Leanne________________ 1996 Rich, Kerry_______________ 1987-89 Roberts, Katie_____________ 2011-14 Roesch, Jessica____________ 2003-06 Rogers, Cherie____________ 1997-00 Roppelt, Christine_________ 1989-91 Roth, Samantha___________ 2004-07 Rothwell, Lisa_____________ 1984-87 Rounds, Jennifer__________ 2001-04

Andrea Vescio

Sophie Therien

Rowe, Deanna_______________ 2008 Rubin, Tobey________________ 1982 Ruf, Keri_________________ 1990-92 Ruggiero, Geenamarie_____ 2004-07 Ruopp, Jennifer___________ 1990-92 Russell, Devon____________ 2000-03 Russell, Emily_____________ 2000-03 –S– Sadeghi, Soraya______________ 1999 Sadonis, Lindsey________ 2002-2003 Scanlon, Kathy_______________ 1988 Schaeffer, Nancy_____________ 1983 Schaidle, Emily_______________ 2007 Schleyer, Lindsey__________ 2009-11 Schneck, Pamela__________ 2002-05 Schoultz, Andrea_____________ 1994 Schneider, Melynda___________ 1999 Shanahan, Colleen____________ 1985 Shinavar, Jennifer____________ 1990 Shingary, Brianna____________ 2015 Shyu, Lisa___________________ 1999 Siegel, Lisa_______________ 1985-87 Simmons, Meghan______2015-Pres. Simpkin, Joanne__________ 1983-85 Sinclair, Paula_____________ 1998-01 Smith, Kathryn____________ 1992-95 Smith, Kerry_________________ 1991 Smith, Lea__________________ 1985 Smith, Patty_________________ 1995 Stahl, Aubrey_____________ 2008-11 Starchok, Kelly____________ 1993-96 Steffan, Cheryl____________ 1988-91 Sten, Kristy__________________ 1993 Sullivan, Andrea___________ 1999-02 Swerdloff, Samantha_______ 1999-00 Szafranski, Lindsay________ 2001-05

Ainsley Wheldon

Vanderwinckel, Kim___________ 1988 Velez, Stephanie__________ 2009-12 Ventresca, Anna___________ 1996-97 Vescio, Andrea____________ 2005-08 Villalta, Rachel_________2015-Pres. Volpe, Tracey_____________ 1988-91

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Martina Pettenuzzo

–W– Walsh, Kaitlyn_________2017-Pres. Walsh, Vanessa____________ 2001-03 Ward, Jackie______________ 1991-92 Wead, Emily_________________ 1998 Weber, Nikki______________ 1994-95 Weems, Alicia________________ 1996 West, Lauren_____________ 2000-03 Wheldon, Ainsley__________ 2010-13 Whipple, Julia_________2017-Pres. White, McKenzie__________ 2011-16 Wicher, Jennifer___________ 1990-92 Wilson, Nikki_____________ 2005-08 Winch, Kara______________ 2004-07 Woods, Amy______________ 1997-98 Worth, Liz________________ 1989-90 –Y– Young, Anita_____________ 1988-91 Yurchak, Gianna________2017-Pres. –Z– Zoccali, Carley__________2016-Pres. Zorich, Sue__________________ 1992

–T– Talerico, Dana____________ 1992-95 Tambs, Erin_____________ 2001-2004 Tatusko, Gina________________ 1996 Tesky, Julia_______________ 2005-08 Therien, Sophie___________ 2011-14 Thompson, Jennifer________ 2003-04 Thompson, Kim______________ 1987 Thompson, Taylor_________ 2009-12 Tower, Joanna____________ 1992-95 Trout, Carrie_________________ 1991 Tresino, Nicole____________ 1996-97 Trusilo, Mary_____________ 1988-89 Turner, Ashley____________ 2004-07 Turner, Danielle___________ 2010-11 –V– VanCuyack, Adrianna___2016-Pres.

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